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What Is Ethanol? - Definition and Overview - Environmental Issues
Answer: Ethanol (which is also called ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol, and abbreviated as EtOH) is an alcohol-based alternative fuel that is blended with gasoline ...
What Are the Benefits of Using Ethanol? - Environmental Issues
Ethanol is a relatively low-cost alternative fuel, but what are the benefits of using ethanol or an ethanol blend in place of unblended gasoline?
How Much Does It Cost to Use Ethanol? - Environmental Issues
Ethanol is a widely available alternative fuel that can be used in many vehicles that are already on the road, but is it cost-effective to use ethanol or an ...
Ethanol: Definition, Pros and Cons as Alternative Fuel
The basic facts about ethanol, an alternative fuel derived from corn, grains or agricultural waste or it is chemically extracted from ethylene.
Ethanol - Chemistry - About.com
This is the space filling structure of ethanol. Page 13.
Ethanol - Chemistry - About.com
Ethanol. By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. This is the chemical structure of ethanol. Benjah-bmm27/PD. The molecular formula for ethanol is C2H6O.
Ethanol 101 - Basics of Ethanol - E85 - Hybrid Cars - Alternative Fuels
While pure ethanol is not sold as a stand-alone fuel—it is commonly mixed with gasoline as E85: 85 percent ethanol, 15 percent gasoline. You'll need a flex-fuel  ...
Distill Ethanol or Grain Alcohol - Chemistry - About.com
Ethanol is also called ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol. It's made from a fermented mixture of corn, yeast, sugar, and water. The resulting alcohol is 100 to 200 proof  ...
The Pros and Cons of Ethanol - Commodities - About.com
At first glance, ethanol seems to make sense. It is a clean burning fuel and it is better for the environment than gasoline, but things aren't always what they seem.
Ethanol Molecular Formula and Empirical Formula - Chemistry
Ethanol is the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It is also known as EtOH, ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol and pure alcohol. The molecular formula for ...
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