Higher alcohols -is defined as alcohols having more than two carbon atoms within their molecule. They exist in various isomeric forms.The lower members of this group, namely propanol, butanol and amyl alcohol, are the major constituents of fusel oil.
Ref: 123948/2006-10-18

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