Ethanol pertains to a fuel that is created from corn. 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.

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"Ethanol" is in the UNSPSC Code "73101607"
Ethanol or methanol or derivatives production services

Ref: 123799/2006-09-21


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Methanol (Methanol or methyl alcohol is characterized as a ...)
Industrial alcohol (Industrial alcohol pertains to any ethanol which ...)
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