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Presented by:

Alexandra Regilyne M. Romero


BSMT II
Alcoholic beverages
Is a drink containing alcohol and
with a depressant effect in the central
nervous system.

ETHANOL

Alcohol content =4% to 6% ABV
Alcohol content = 9%- 16% ABV
Alcohol content= 40%
Paint thinner
Are solvent mixtures
known to dissolve paints.
Antifreeze
Dry gas with fuel
stabilizer. This is a chemical
(essentially Methyl
Hydrate) that is added to
your gas tank to inhibit
your gas line freezing.

Also known as
rubbing alcohol
It can be found in
pharmacies and grocery
stores at concentrations
of around 70% alcohol.



Surface disinfectant
It is a helpful addition to any
surface cleaner at home, and can kill
bacteria, spores and viruses on those
surfaces as well.

It is also combined with other
pesticides active ingredients to kill
fleas, ticks and other insects.
Astringent
Are substances
that can shrink or
tighten your body
tissues, like the pores
in your skin, when they
are applied topically.

Liniment for muscle pain
According to the Columbia Online
Encyclopedia, alcohol is an effective liniment
because it acts as a minor irritant to the skin
increasing circulation and blood flow to the
area. This increased circulation helps to ease
pain and inflammation.

Ca(CH3COO)2 + C2H5OH ---> gel alcohol
Ca(CH3COO)2 + CH3OH ---> gel alcohol




It is simply ethyl
alcohol that has
had some methyl
alcohol or other
chemicals added
to it to make it
undrinkable.


Methyl fuel
It makes a good fuel for alcohol
stoves. It is also referred to as wood
alcohol, camp stove fuel and methyl
hydrate.

Methanol combustion is:
2CH
3
OH + 3O
2
2CO
2
+ 4H
2
O + heat

Ethyl fuel
It is also called grain alcohol, grain
neutral spirits, ethanol or rectified alcohol.

Ethanol combustion is:
C
2
H
5
OH + 3O
2
2CO
2
+ 3H
2
O + heat





Solvent
It is used to dissolve many organic
compounds which are insoluble in water. It
is used, for example, in many perfumes
and cosmetics.

References:
http://www.chemguide.co.uk/organicpro
ps/alcohols/uses.html
http://www.livestrong.com/article/1368
20-types-uses-alcohol/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol_fue
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