noun, Chemistry.
(def 1).
another name for alcohol (sense 1)

ethyl alcohol n.
See alcohol.
ethyl alcohol
See ethanol.
ethyl alcohol [(eth-uhl)]

The kind of alcohol made by fermentation of the sugar in grains; the fermentation is brought about by the enzymes in yeast.

Note: Alcoholic drinks and gasohol contain ethyl alcohol.


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