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Etymology: [ 'e-th&-"nol, -"nOl, Bri ] (noun.) 1900. Contracted from ethyl + alcohol. Ethyl is from Ancient Greek αἰθήρ (aithēr, “ether”), influenced by German äthyl.
Synonyms: alcohol, ethyl alcohol, E1510, food additive
1 Etil alkol  Kimya
2 metil karbinol  Kimya
3 etanol
4 alkol  Kimya,Tıp
 
5 Specifically, this alcohol as a fuel - "In 2007, not one drop of ethanol was produced in Ohio. Today, four ethanol facilities in Ohio are producing two hundred and ninety-five million gallons annually."
6 A simple aliphatic alcohol formally derived from ethane by replacing one hydrogen atom with a hydroxyl group: CH3-CH2-OH
7 an alcohol additive used to raise gasoline octane rating, eliminate engine knock, and sometimes reduce exhaust emission
8 Intermediary substance between the alcohol and the acetic acid, which exists in the wines
9 An alcohol used as an alternative automotive fuel derived from grain and corn; usually blended with gasoline to form gasohol
10 An alcohol (CH5OH) distilled from renewable sources such as grain, sugar crops, or almost any starchy plant
11 The alcohol found in wine, spirits and beer Regular consumption of excessive amounts of alcohol thins the blood and will cause excessive bleeding in piercings Chemical formula C2H5OH
12 The two carbon alcohol found in beer
13 An alternative fuel; a liquid alcohol fuel with vapor heavier than air; produced from agricultural products such as corn, grain and sugar cane () -->
14 the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors; used pure or denatured as a solvent or in medicines and colognes and cleaning solutions and rocket fuel; proposed as a renewable clean-burning additive to gasoline
15 A simple aliphatic alcohol derived from ethane: CH{3}-CH{2}-OH
16 a particular type of alcohol found in beer, wine, and distilled spirits; ethanol is the most widely used-and abused-drug in our society; it is also the only legal, nonprescription drug that produces euphoria; an energy-containing molecule that contains 7 kcalories per gram and is made by the fermentation of carbohydtrates from plant products
17 (also known as Ethyl Alcohol or Grain Alcohol, CH3-CH2OH): A clear, colorless flammable oxygenated hydrocarbon with a boiling point of 173 5 degrees Fahrenheit in the anhydrous state However it readily forms a binary azetrope with water, with a boiling point of 172 67 degrees Fahrenheit at a composition of 95 57 percent by weight ethanol It is used in the United States as a gasoline octane enhancer and oxygenate (maximum 10 percent concentration) Ethanol can be used in higher concentrations (E85) in vehicles designed for its use Ethanol is typically produced chemically from ethylene, or biologically from fermentation of various sugars from carbohydrates found in agricultural crops and cellulosic residues from crops or wood The lower heating value, equal to 76,000 Btu per gallon, is assumed for estimates in this report
18 The two-carbon-atom alcohol present in the greatest proportion upon fermentation of grain and other renewable resources such as potatoes, sugar, or timber Also called grain alcohol
19 The type of alcohol produced by yeast fermentation of sugar under ordinary conditions The alcohol in alcoholic beverages is always ethanol
20 also known as ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH) Obtained principally from the fermentation of grains or blackstrap molasses; also obtained from ethylene, by absorption in sulfuric acid and hydrolyzing with water Widely used as an industrial solvent, extraction medium, chemical intermediate, and in many proprietary products; a component of gasohol
21 (CH3CH2OH) A colorless, flammable liquid produced by fermentation of sugars Ethanol is used as a fuel oxygenate Ethanol is the alcohol found in alcoholic beverages
22 ethyl alcohol, a volatile alcohol containing two carbons (CH3CH2OH) For fuel use, it would be produced by fermentation of corn or other plant products away
23 Ethyl alcohol produced by fermentation and distillation An alcohol compound with the chemical formula CH3CH20H formed during sugar fermentation by yeast Grain alcohol
24 is Ethyl-alcohol, a volatile alcohol containing two carbon groups For fuel use, ethanol is produced by fermentation of corn or other plant products
25 Ethanol is another name for alcohol. = ethyl alcohol. ethyl alcohol (ethane name of a type of gas (19-21 centuries) (from ethyl) + -ol ). or ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol Organic compound, most important of the alcohols, chemical formula CH3CH2OH. Produced by fermentation, it is the intoxicating ingredient in alcoholic beverages. In the U.S., ethanol for industrial purposes is made by chemical synthesis, purified by distillation, and, to avoid the tax levied on ethyl alcohol for drinking, made unfit to drink (see denaturation) by mixing it with methanol, camphor, benzene, or kerosene. Ethanol has many uses as a solvent, a raw material, an extraction medium, an antifreeze, an antiseptic, and a gasoline additive and substitute. It is toxic, depressing the central nervous system, and addictive to some persons (see alcoholism). Moderate amounts depress the inhibitory activities of the brain and so appear to stimulate the mind, but larger amounts seriously impair coordination and judgment; excessive consumption can cause coma and death. Taking ethanol in combination with barbiturates or related drugs is especially dangerous
26 An alternative fuel; a liquid alcohol fuel with vapor heavier than air; produced from agricultural products such as corn, grain and sugar cane
27 (C2H5OH) (alc) A colorless liquid that burns with a pale flame, producing water and carbon dioxide It is a flammable organic compound formed during sugar FERMENTATION It is also called ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol, or simply ALCOHOL F - ethanol S - etanol
28 C2H50H; the alcohol product of carbohydrate fermentation used in alcoholic beverages and for industrial purposes (also known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol) It is blended with gasoline to make gasohol In the 1997/98 corn marketing year, about 485 million bushels of corn were used to produce about 1 2 billion gallons of ethanol
29 A fuel additive made from grain or other biomass sources Typically, ethanol is blended at a rate of 10% with unleaded gasoline
30 A clear liquid derived from biomass (also known as "ethyl alcohol" or "grain alcohol")
31 The most widely used renewable biofuel today Ethanol is made by converting starch crops into sugars, the sugars are fermented into ethanol which is then distilled into its final form Its main uses are to enhance vehicle performance and as a fuel oxygenate to improve the emissions profile of gasoline
32 Also known as grain alcohol, ethanol is what gets us drunk It is produced (along with CO2) when sugars are fermented by yeast The chemical formula for ethanol is C2H5OH
33 ethyl alcohol fermented from any number of different biomass feedstocks
34 The alcohol product of fermentation that is used in alcohol beverages and for industrial purposes; chemical formula blended with gasoline to make gasohol; also known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol
35 alcohol, spirit (Chemistry)  isim
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