ethanol

Alcohol; yeasts ferment corn starch to yield ethanol for gasohol. See gasohol.

Ethanol

What most people just call alcohol, ethanol is the alcohol with which most people are most familiar. It's a very useful solvent, antiseptic, cleaner and is also known as a 'social lubricant' due to its physiological effects, which can include death. Most polymer scientists never ever touch the stuff. Honest.
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Ethanol

An alternative automotive fuel derived from grain and corn; usually blended with gasoline to form gasohol.
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Ethanol

The particular alcohol that we are referring to when we say 'alcohol'.
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Ethanol

Prepared by the fermentation of sugar. Symbol C2H5OH
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Ethanol

C2H6O An organic alcohol also called ethyl alcohol, formed when fermenting sugars or glycerin
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ethanol

(CH3CH2OH) ethyl alcohol; grain alcohol. A colorless, flammable liquid produced by fermentation of sugars. Ethanol is the alcohol found in alcoholic beverages.
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Ethanol

Chemical formed by fermentation or synthesis.
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Ethanol

Ethyl alcohol. Grain alcohol. Flammable, water soluble alcohol. Flash point of 55°F. Explosive limits of 3.3% to 19%
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ethanol

<chemical, drug> Grain alcohol, made from sugar, starch and other carbohydrates by fermentation, has sedative properties ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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ethanol

(eth´ә-nol) a transparent, colorless, volatile, flammable liquid that is the major ingredient of alcoholic beverages. Excessive ingestion results in acute intoxication, with psychological, gastrointestinal, neurological, and motor abnormalities; ingestion during pregnancy can harm the fetus. See also alcohol...
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Ethanol

CH3CH2OH Molar mass: 46.06844
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ethanol

ethanol, ethyl alcohol One of a group of chemical compounds (alcohols) composed of molecules that contain a hydroxyl group bonded to a carbon atom.
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Ethanol

Ethanol is another name for ethyl alcohol.
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ethanol

Type: Term Pronunciation: eth′ă-nol Definitions: 1. A clear, colorless liquid with a faint ethereal odor and a burning taste, which melts at −114.1°C, boils at 78.5°C, and has a density of 0.789 g/mL at 20°C. It is miscible with water and many organic liquids. Ethanol consumed in beer, wine, and distilled liquor is made by ferme...
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Ethanol

The type of alcohol in beer formed by yeast from malt sugars.
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ethanol

(C2H5OH) Also known as ethyl alcohol, a colorless alcohol that is soluble in water. It is the active principle in intoxicating drinks, in which it is produced by the fermentation of sugar using yeast: C6H
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ethanol

Also known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol, a colorless liquid that is produced by the fermentation and distillation of starch crops, such as corn, barley, that have been converted into simple sugars. Its chemical formula is C2H5OH. Ethanol can also be...
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ethanol

ethanol (eth'unōl") or ethyl alcohol,CH3CH2OH, a colorless liquid with characteristic odor and taste; commonly called grain alcohol or simply alcohol.Sections in this article:IntroductionPropertiesPreparationUses
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ethanol

Alcohol found in beer, wine, cider, spirits, and other alcoholic drinks. When pure, it is a colourless liquid with a pleasant odour, miscible with water or ether; it burns in air with a pale blue flame. The vapour forms an explosive mixture with air and may be used in high-compression internal combustion engines. It is produced naturally by...
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Ethanol

The type of alcohol in beer formed by yeast from malt sugars.
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Ethanol

==Etymology== Ethanol is the systematic name defined by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) for a molecule with two carbon atoms (prefix `eth-`), having a single bond between them (suffix `-ane`), and an attached functional group-OH group (suffix `-ol`). The prefix ethyl was coined in 1834 by the German chemist Just...
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Ethanol

The wine mainly existing of alcohol, mostly commonly as alcohol is known. Older names are ethanol, ethyl alcohol and ethyl alcohol, and colloquially alcohol. It is a monohydric alcohol, because a hydrogen atom is replaced by a hydroxy group (oxygen-hydrogen). As part of winemaking is the colorless and odorless liquid with the fermentation of the mu...
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Ethanol

An alcohol, C2H5OH, produced by distillation or as the principal alcohol in an alcohol fermentation by yeast. Also know as Ethyl Alcohol.
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Ethanol

The primary alcohol found in wine. Also called ethyl alcohol.
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