Alcohol (Redirected from Alcohol (chemistry))

Alcohol most commonly refers to:

Alcohol may also refer to:


  • Ethanol, one of several alcohols, commonly known as alcohol in everyday life
    • Alcoholic beverage, sometimes referred to as "alcohol", any drink containing ethanol
    • Surrogate alcohol, any substance containing ethanol that is intentionally consumed by humans but is not meant for human consumption
  • Methanol, a commodity chemical that can serve as a precursor to other chemicals
  • Alcohol fuel, a fuel containing alcohols
  • Alcohol powder, a powdered form of alcohol
  • Fusel alcohol, a mixture of several alcohols (chiefly amyl alcohol) produced as a by-product of alcoholic fermentation.
  • Alcohols (medicine), the use of alcohols in medicine
    • Rubbing alcohol, a solution of denatured or isopropyl alcohol used in medicine


Other uses

See also

  • Alkohol, a 1919 German silent drama film
  • Alcohol 120%, an optical disc authoring program and disk image emulator created by Alcohol Soft

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