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Be aware of the presence of ethanol in hand sanitizers, mouthwash and some OTC cough/cold products.
In this case, water and ethanol are mixed at different concentrations in a way that, depending on the temperature, the bulbs will become more or less dense than the water around them and thus rise or sink.
While whiskey has thousands of compounds that impact taste, the researchers focused on three: water, ethanol and a compound called guaiacol that gives the drink its smoky flavor.
The station also offers ethanol-free gasoline along with other blends.
Breaking down acreage by use, the amount of land devoted to producing corn for ethanol would require a field the size of New York.
The Mid Missouri Energy ethanol plant rises out of the cornfields near Malta Bend, Mo., Aug. 15, 2006.
The sealant — not Tri-Kote 26 — was about 80% by weight ethanol and methanol, a very flammable mixture.
The chemical compound has since been replaced with ethanol.
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