If you mean by "the same effects" will it kill you eventually, then the answer is yes. Unfortunately, if you have been experimenting with it in the time since you posted this question you might never get to read the answer because you are either dead already or on the way to the hospital, because wood alcohol is highly poisonous. Just because it says alcohol on the label doesn't mean it was made by Jack Daniels.
No, rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol, with the structural formula (CH3)2CHOH Wood alcohol is methanol, or CH3OH
Methanol is wood alcohol. It is a distillate of processing wood by special methods. It is extremelypoisonous to human beings, causing blindness (first) followed by death. The ordinary "beer/booze/wine" alcohol is ethyl alcohol, the effects of which are well understood.
methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, wood naphthaor wood spirits
Wood alcohol (more properly methyl alcohol) is CH3OH. It has 6 atoms.
Wood alcohol, also called methyl alcohol, has the formula CH3OH. It is composed of the elements hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen. Wood alcohol is flammable and toxic.
The chemical name for wood alcohol is ethanol (CH3OH).
It is considered as methyl alcohol and wood alcohol
The chemical name of the product known as wood alcohol is methyl alcohol or methanol. It is referred to as 'wood alcohol' because it was originally a byproduct of some destructive wood distillation.
Wood alcohol is methanol and its chemical formula is CH3OH (often abbreviated MeOH). It is also known as methyl alcohol, wood naphtha or wood spirits. It is called wood alcohol because it was once a byproduct of distillation of wood. It is now produced from carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen directly in a catalytic industrial process.
Grain alcohol is made from a food product such as corn or wheat. It is what is most commonly consumed. Wood alcohol is (obviously) made from wood and is fatally poisonous to humans. Ethanol (grain alcohol) is also deadly, if you drink enough!
Wood alcohol is methanol or methyl alcohol with molecular formula CH3(OH). It is a methyl group with a hydroxide bonded to it. So there are 4 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom in wood alcohol, there is also one carbon atom in a wood alcohol molecule.
Wood Naphtha is Methanol, also known as Methyl Alcohol, Wood Alcohol and Wood Spirits. Its most common uses are as a Solvent and as an Anti-Freeze.
No. Wood alcohol, known scientifically as methanol, is a compound of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
No. Wood alcohol (scientifically known as methanol) is a chemical compound with the formula CH3OH.
Wood alcohol is also called methanol, methyl alcohol, Carbinol, and wood naptha or wood spirits. It's used as an antifreeze, solvent, and fuel and as a denaturant for ethyl alcohol. It's also used for producing biodiesel via transesterification reaction.
Methanol, also known as wood alcohol, has a chemical formula of CH3OH, or CH4O.
Pure wood alcohol is methanol, but as all alcohols are hygroscopic it cannot exist long in that state but will always be mixed with some water.Wood alcohol sold in a store may contain additives or contaminants also.
Wood alcohol is also called Methanol. Some Home Depots have it.
No, it's not.
Wood alcohol also known as methanol is a highly volatile solvent and fuel.It is deadly if consumed by humans.