What is rubbing alcohol made of?

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Rubbing alcohol is made of 70 to 95 percent ethanol, water, acetone, methyl isobutyl ketone and other additives. Abbreviated as IPA, it is a chemical compound called Isopropyl alcohol with the molecular formula C3H8O. Rubbing alcohol is used for disinfection or to soothe the skin.
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