Isopropanol uniformly mixes with water with all rates and forms an azeotropic mixture (not evaporatively separated) at 80.4°C, and its water ratio is 12.1%.
Isopropyl alcohol is a colorless liquid, easy to volatilize and flammable. It has a good distinct odor which can be pungent when smelled in large doses. You can smell it in hospitals or clinics as it often enters in manufacturing sterilizers.
By cooling the liquid to -88° C, we can get a colorless solid (melting point), while its boiling point when volumetric inflation is 82° C.