Proof = alcohol% X 2.
48 proof = 24% alcohol
In the US, 96 proof is equal to 48% ABV (alcohol by volume).
48 proof means 24 % alcohol. Sounds like maybe a high alcohol wine or cough medicine.
the proof is used to tell you how much alcohol is in it. 100 proof is about 50% alcohol so jsut divide the proof by 2 the higer the proof the more alcohol
45% The percentage of alcohol content is determined by halving its' proof.
It is 50%. Proof is just 2x the alcohol percent.
80 Proof . Alcohol by volume 40.0%
45% alcohol by volume.
It would be 30% alcohol.
It's a 100 proof alcohol, and 50% alcohol content.
That all depends on the liquor. Some go as high as 190 proof (95% alcohol). The higher the proof the higher the alcohol content. For example, 30 proof = 15% alcohol by volume (a.b.v.) whereas 100 proof is 50% a.b.v.
The percentage of alcohol contained in the product is 50% of the proof. Therefore, 110 proof alcohol is 55% alcohol. NOTE: I can't for the life of me remember what is 110 proof from among salable items one might find in a regular liquor store, so the safety of this proof might be questionable.