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What Is Ethanol? - Definition and Overview - Environmental Issues
Ethanol is produced by fermenting and distilling grains such as corn, barley and wheat. Another form of ethanol, called bioethanol, can be made from many ...
How Does Ethanol Performance Compare to Gasoline?
Ethanol is widely available and reasonably inexpensive, but what kind of performance can drivers expect from a car running on ethanol or an ethanol/ 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?
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
You can opt-out at any time. Please refer to our privacy policy for contact information. Image 13 of 67. Ethanol. Ethanol is ethyl alcohol, sometimes known as ...
Ethanol 101 - Basics of Ethanol - E85 - Hybrid Cars - Alternative Fuels
Find answers to your questions about ethanol, an alternative fuel derived from corn, grains or agricultural waste.
The Pros and Cons of Ethanol
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.
Using E85 Ethanol as Transitional Fuel
E85 is a fuel mixture containing 85 percent ethanol alcohol and 15 percent gasoline and is intended for use in flex-fuel vehicles (FFVs). And what the heck is an ...
Definition of Cellulosic Ethanol - What is Cellulosic Ethanol
While conventional ethanol is derived from soft starches (corn for example), cellulosic ethanol is derived from a wide variety of sources of cellulose (cell wall)  ...
Ethanol Mythbuster - Fact Versus Fiction on Ethanol
Ethanol is a common alternative fuel, but do you know enough about this renewable energy source to separate fact from fiction?
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