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Ethanol

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Ethanol

Molecular formula: C2H6O CAS# 64-17-5
Categories: Alcohol , Solvents
Names
English:
Absolute alcohol
Alcohol
Drinking alcohol
EINECS:270-649-4
Ethanol(IUPAC)(CAS) [Wiki]
Ethyl alcohol
Ethyl hydrate
Ethyl hydroxide
Ethylic alcohol
Ethylol
Grain alcohol
Hydroxyethane
Methylcarbinol
Русский:
Этанол(IUPAC) [Wiki]
Этиловый спирт
метилкарбинол
German:
Alkohol
Ethanol [Wiki]
Ethylalkohol
Hydroxyethan(IUPAC)
Spiritus
Sprit
Weingeist
Äthanol
Äthylalkohol
العربية:
إيثانول [Wiki]
Ελληνικά:
1-Οξαπροπάνιο
Αιθανόλη(IUPAC) [Wiki]
Αιθυλική αλκοόλη
Μεθυλοκαρβινόλη
Οινόπνευμα
Υδροξυαιθάνιο
Español:
Etanol(IUPAC) [Wiki]
alcohol etílico
French:
alcool éthylique
Éthanol(IUPAC) [Wiki]
हिन्दी:
इथेनॉल [Wiki]
Italiano:
Etanolo(IUPAC) [Wiki]
alcol etilico
Latina:
Ethanol [Wiki]
aethanol
aethyl alcohol
alcohol bibendi
alcohol granorum
alcohol purum
ethyl alcohol
日本語:
エタノール(IUPAC) [Wiki]
エチルアルコール
中文:
乙醇 [Wiki]
火酒
酒精

Variants of the formula:

CH3-CH2-OH
H-C-C-OH; H|#2|H; H|#3|H
/\OH
H|C`/C|H; H_(A15,w-)#3_(A-120,d+)H; H_(A-120,w-)#2_(A15,d+)OH
C2H5OH
CH3CH2OH
HO/\CH3
H3C\/OH
H3C-CH2-OH
CH3CH2-OH
Related Compounds
Aldehyde: Acetaldehyde
Next homologue: 1-Propanol
Previous homologue: methyl alcohol
Elemental composition
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Symbol Element Atomic weight Number of atoms Mass percent

Reactions in which Ethanol is involved

  • 2C2H5OH + 2{M} = 2C2H5O{M} + H2"|^" , where M = Na K
  • CH3CH2OH + {M}H -> CH3CH2O{M} + H2"|^" , where M = Na K
  • CH3CH2OH + NaOH <=> CH3CH2ONa + H2O
  • CH2=CH2 + H2O -> C2H5OH
  • CH3CH2OH + H{Hal} -> CH3CH2{Hal} + H2O , where Hal = Cl Br