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Grain alcohol

Grain alcohol --> alcohol

(Science: chemical) An organic chemical containing one or more hydroxyl groups. Alcohols can be liquids, semisolids or solids at room temperature.

Common alcohols include ethanol (the type found in alcoholic beverages) methanol (found in methylated spirit and can cause blindness and other nervous system damage if ingested) and propanol.


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