Ethanol
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Ethanol Early history is full of documentation, even as early as 9,000 B.C., depicting how ancient people made and used ethanol as a psychoactive recreational drug. The fermentation of sugar into ethanol is one of the earliest known organic reactions created by mankind.… It was mostly used industrially and for lamps until 1862, when the U.S. Congress placed a…
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Name Surname Supervisor Subject Date Ethanol Fossil fuels have polluted our environment in last one hundred years or so leading to global warming and climate change. Of late many countries have promoted the use of alcohol as bio-fuel blending with fossil fuels in a certain ratio; however, promotion of ethanol as a bio-fuel is now highly questionable.…
Ethanol
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Environmental, social, economic, fuel life cycle in addition to engine design are some of the factors affecting adoption of ethanol as a biofuel (Larsen, Johansen and Schramm… However, this desirability is dependent on the production method from a varied range of biomass resources (First generation and second generation). In general Bioethanol shows great…
Ethanol Summary
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The United States Department of Energy, under the Office of Policy and International Affairs, has formulated initiatives to address the problems regarding energy consumption and foreign oil dependence in the United States. One of which is "Climate VISION" or Voluntary Innovative Sector Initiatives: Opportunities Now.… In addition to DOE's efforts to reduce…
Ethanol Alcohol
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Ethanol alcohol is a carbohydrate that is a simple molecule which provides cells with energy when it is burned. The non-necessary nutrient Ethanol serves as a cellular toxin and an… It is not thus converted for supply to the tissues or cells. Only about 20% of the alcohol is directly absorbed into blood via walls of the stomach while the rest directly goes to…
Ethanol effect on kidney
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acute and chronic have the ability to seriously compromise kidney function, more specifically in juxtaposition with distortion of liver function. Various investigators have studied the alcohol related structural as well as functional… Therefore, chronic abuse of ethanol impairs the sodium level of the kidneys by affecting the liver function which can also…
Corn-based Ethanol Production
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The purpose of the study is to unearth and illuminate the existent relationship between the increased demand of corn and the farm product’s prices. More precisely the study is aimed at illustrating the dynamics that constitute the trends on price of corn.… This research exercise is not being conducted in a vacuum. The research exercise fits into a broad body…
The Effects of Ethanol Production
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Programs have been designed, formulated, and implemented, encouraging the use of ethanol in the many fields that it can possibly serve. Expanding these programs… They include, but are not limited to, liquor production, solvent agent, cleaning solution, fuel, and an additive that enhances clean burning of petrol (Dvorchak, 2012). Given these and more uses,…
Corn and Ethanol Prices
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The agricultural sector is one of the primary sectors in an economy. Production in this sector significantly influences the productivity of other sectors in the same economy.… Drought conditions in Lowa resulted in reduced corn output levels, posing significant threats to related activities that use corn in one way or another. The article outlines that due to…
The productions costs of ethanol
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Ethanol is better known as ethyl alcohol is basically a flammable,volatile and a colorless liquid.The drug is found in alcoholic drinks,people commonly call it alcohol but many of them aren't quite aware that it is called Ethanol.The same is also extensively used in perfumes,medicines and for many other uses.… Ethanol is better known as ethyl alcohol is…
Social Costs of Ethanol Production
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Owing to environmental pollution and running out of fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas, biofuels are becoming the most suitable alternative. Even if it can solve the energy crisis, it is not without any harmful global effect that can be threatening to modern as well as future generations. … Experiments prove that ethanol results in lesser pollution…
Lactic acid and ethanol fermentation
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The paper deal with such processes as fermentation, its types and usage. The term is sometimes defined as the pathway in cells by which glucose or sugar molecules are broken down anaerobically. … The historic uses of fermentation were mostly the creation of alcoholic beverages such as mead, wine and beer, which date back to 7, 000 BC in some parts of Middle…
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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“According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly half of all the gasoline sold in the U.S. contains up to 10 percent ethanol, which not only boosts… However, many others argue that ethanol is neither economical nor environmental friendly and it cannot cater the energy needs of America even if the whole lands in America are cultivated with ethanol producing…
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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In this article, the author analyses the opinions of both the supporters and the opponents of using ethanol gasoline. The economical aspects, environmental aspects, and the agricultural aspects of… It analyses various aspects of ethanol usage in vehicles. Even though, this article has not given a specific conclusion, it helps the readers to understand the pros…
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE Ethanol is a biofuel, produced from corn and feedstocks and is used as an alternate energy source in America at present. “According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly half of all the gasoline sold in the U.S.… Some people believe that ethanol is renewable, more environmental…
Ethanol is it worth the true Cost
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Bio-fuels (carbon neutral as long as material is burnt locally) have an important role to play as an answer for global fuel crisis, and in the longer term, ethanol generated from renewable such as fermentation or by using vegetable oils - will be important in overcoming the shortage of finite resources.… Though many have seen ethanol as a potential long-term…
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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Today more than 90 percent of the world’s energy is supplied by oil, natural gas and coal . Over the years consumption of fossil fuels has increased by magnificent amount. The twentieth… Since coal, gas or natural energies are non-renewable and over the year’s excessive use of these fuels have caused huge depletion of these, this golden age of fossil fuel…
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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[Should ethanol be there in Gasoline?] Introduction The age people are presently living in can well be termed as the age of fossil fuel. Today more than 90 percent of the world’s energy is supplied by oil, natural gas and coal . Over the years consumption of fossil fuels has increased by magnificent amount.… Since last two three decades scientists, however,…
Effects of Consuming Ethanol on Body Temperature
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Effects of Ethanol on Body Temperature Abstract The world has continued to progress in scientific terms over the years and as a result there have been chemical discoveries with perhaps one of the most common being that of Ethanol. Ethanol is one of the oldest discoveries in the chemical sphere as the manufacture of Alcohol has been around for a good number of years.…
Ethanol vs methanol as gasoline supplement
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Name: Lecturer: Course: Date: Ethanol versus Methanol as a Supplement to Gasoline ABSTRACT Gasoline is used as a source of fuel just like nuclear energy, petroleum, coal and electrical energy. Gasoline is a refined product of crude petroleum oil containing hundreds of hydrocarbon ingredients and ethanol is just among the many compounds.… The saturated…
Effects of Consuming Ethanol on Body Temperature
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The effects of Ethanol on Body temperature Instructor Institution Date Abstract This essay aims at studying the effect that alcohol or ethanol has on body temperature, following its use in rescue missions by the St. Bernard’s dogs in cold mountains.… The methodology to be used is controlled experimentation on animals such as rats where they will be subjected…
Use of Ethanol as a Fuel
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Use of Ethanol as a Fuel No doubt they are a very convenient and rapid source of transportation but the dangerous compounds released from the exhaust of automobiles contribute a lot to the environmental pollution.… Unfortunately, inside an automobile engine, fuel undergoes incomplete combustion and as a result unburned hydrocarbons, oxides of nitrogen,…
Ethanol aides Energy: The effects of ethanol subsidies on food prices
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Ryan Foster Alice Kinman ECON 5900 07.25.2011 Ethanol aides energy: The effects of ethanol subsidies on food prices Food security is a very critical issue that no government can afford to ignore. This is because rising food prices affect not only the ability of people to put food on the table but also leads to political instability in some cases.… The main aim…
Article excerpts on Ethanol Fuel and Food Crisis
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Web Site that discusses the factual information regarding Ethanol Fuels. There are various issues surrounding Ethanol Fuels that have been clarified. The web site also enumerates on the criticism that has been levied on Ethanol Fuels over the years. … The article on this Website is more like a questionnaire that has been prepared around the issues regarding…
The mechanism of ethanol induced hepatotoxicity in man
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Excessive alcohol (ethanol) consumption induces pathological changes in the liver which include alcoholic fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, and alcohol-related cirrhosis (Ismail 2006). Fatty liver is characterized by marked increase in the fat cells in the liver. In alcoholic… Alcohol damages liver as a dose-dependent hepatotoxin (Maddrey 2004). The damage is…
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