[eth-uh-nawl, -nol] /ˈɛθ əˌnɔl, -ˌnɒl/
the technical name for alcohol (sense 1)
1900, contracted from ethane, to which it is the corresponding alcohol, + -ol, here indicating alcohol.
ethanol eth·a·nol (ěth’ə-nôl’, -nōl’)
An alcohol obtained from the fermentation of sugars and starches or by chemical synthesis. It is the intoxicating ingredient of alcoholic beverages, and is also used as a solvent, in explosives, and as an additive to or replacement for petroleum-based fuels. Also called ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol. Chemical formula: C2H6O.
ethanol [(eth-uh-nawl, eth-uh-nohl)]
Another name for ethyl alcohol.
[eth-uh-nol-uh-meen, -noh-luh-, -nuh-lam-in] /ˌɛθ əˈnɒl əˌmin, -ˈnoʊ lə-, -nəˈlæm ɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a viscous liquid with an odor of ammonia, C 2 H 7 NO, used to remove carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide from natural gas, and in the manufacture of antibiotics. ethanolamine (ěth’ə-nŏl’ə-mēn’, -nō’lə-) A colorless liquid used in the purification of petroleum, […]
/ˈɛθəˌnɔɪl/ noun 1. (modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group CH3CO-: ethanoyl group or radical
- Ethanoyl chloride
noun 1. another name for acetyl chloride
with Baal, a king of Sidon (B.C. 940-908), father of Jezebel, who was the wife of Ahab (1 Kings 16:31). He is said to have been also a priest of Astarte, whose worship was closely allied to that of Baal, and this may account for his daughter’s zeal in promoting idolatry in Israel. This marriage […]