What Is the Boiling Point of Methanol?
The boiling point of methanol is 64.7 degrees Celsius, or 148.46 Fahrenheit. Methanol is also known as methyl alcohol and has the chemical composition of CH3OH.
Methanol has a melting point of minus 98 degrees Celsius and a flash point of 11.1 degrees Celsius. Methanol is a colorless and inflammable liquid that is also called "wood alcohol." It is produced naturally during bacteria metabolism. It is used for the production of bio diesel as fuel and as an antifreeze. Methanol is poisonous and can cause blindness, coma and even death when ingested. Symptoms of methanol poisoning include central nervous system depression, dizziness, headache, confusion, nausea and loss of coordination.