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The researchers will be looking for hydrocarbons like methane, methanol, and ethane in the plumes.
Over the past seven years, more than 1.4 million gallons of bootleg liquor has been seized from hotels and bars, some of which was infused with grain alcohol or methanol, both of which can be dangerous.
According to a toxicology report, Musson also had barbituates, cannabinoids, salicylates, acetone, ethanol, isopropanol and methanol in his system.
Meanwhile the people in St. James Parish, home to the new Yuhuang Chemical methanol plant, were recently interviewed by a local TV reporter.
These molecules include methanol and formamide, which are important building blocks for life.
Columbia Riverkeeper, the Sierra Club and the Center for Biological Diversity on Thursday filed an appeal of a state shoreline permit required for an $1.8 billion methanol project at the port of Kalama in Southwest Washington.
The project has been lauded by Gov. Jay Inslee as one of the most innovative clean-energy efforts in the nation, and an alternative to a dirtier process in China that produces methanol from coal.
Herta's experience helped Rossi nurse his last full tank of fuel 36 laps to the end -- the last two laps with 0.65-gallons of methanol in the tank -- before running out at the end.
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Origin and Etymology of methanol
First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
METHANOL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of methanol for English Language Learners
: a poisonous alcohol that is used to keep liquids from freezing, as a fuel, etc.
medical Definition of methanol
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