C&EN App note
Analysis of Hand Sanitizers to Support Label Claims 
Brought to you by PerkinElmer
At the height of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers around the world experienced a supply shortage related to alcohol-based hand sanitizer. As new producers entered the market, and existing manufacturers sought to ramp-up production to meet the growing demand, lower grades of ethanol and isopropanol (IPA) started to appear on the market. To ensure the safety and efficacy of hand sanitizer products, it is recommended that manufacturers test their products to ensure appropriate levels of active ingredients, as well as a means of ensuring label-claim accuracy. In this application note, an efficient and simple, “dilute and shoot” method for the analysis of IPA and ethanol in hand sanitizer products is detailed. With a run-time of only 5.36 minutes per sample, this method is ideal for operations requiring fast turnaround times that won’t disrupt the production of their products. 

Key Objectives:

  • This application note outlines a fast, robust and accurate solution for the quantification of ethanol and IPA in hand sanitizers for label claim purposes.
  • An efficient and simple, “dilute and shoot” method is demonstrated for the analysis of IPA and ethanol in hand sanitizer products

Brought to you by:
Please complete the form to download the app note.
*By submitting this form, you agree to receive more information on related products and services from the American Chemical Society (ACS Publications) via email, in accordance with the ACS Privacy Policy.

Copyright © 2024 American Chemical Society | 1155 Sixteenth Street NW | Washington, DC 20036 | View our Privacy Policy