G day there DJandLIMON111, As in the Original Post the problem is the Nat-Geo's Vile is misleading.
They state on there label that the Goldleaf Vile contains "Pharmasutical Propylene Glycol".
From what I've Researched that Chemical is, Colorless, Odurless (Non-Flamable) and Slightly Viscose.
From what i have concluded the Vile Contains Something Else.
It is Colorless, but has an Alcoholic Vapor & is (Highly Flammable), and has the Viscosity of Water!!
I have emailed email@example.com, but they will only it is Alcohol (as to what is said in the book).
This is Contradicting, The 1st issue Book just say the Goldleaf is submerged in Alcohol to keep it Shiney &
The Vile's Sticker says it is "Pharmasutical Propylene Glycol" Someone is Wrong Here?
I am Just Wanting to know "What type of Alcohol are they using"?? For Science Value...
I know for a Fact that it isn't "Propylene Glycol"!!
So i am Hoping that there is a "Learned Chemistry Guru" on this Forum to help me understand what is going
on with this Discrepancy???
Hope to hear from Someone soon & Many Thanks to Whom that Does!!