What are the uses for ethyl alcohol?

Ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, is a form of alcohol with a wide range of uses.

Ethanol is mainly produced from corn or sugarcane.

The most common use of ethanol in the modern world is as a fuel additive, which replaced tetraethyl lead (or TEL) as the most common antiknock agent in automobiles.

Ethanol is the most common alcohol in alcoholic beverages.

Ethanol is used in many hand sanitizers as an antiseptic.

Ethanol can be used to treat someone who was poisoned by another, stronger alcohol.

Ethanol is a good solvent, and can mix with water.

Ethanol can be combined with other chemicals for a wide variety of purposes.