A urine test for alcohol can detect alcohol if the person used mouthwash containing alcohol, ate any food containing alcohol, inhaled alcohol, used a hand sanitizer containing alcohol, had an injection site sterilized with alcohol, used alcohol on an injury, etc.
ethanol is used in alcohol
alcohol used as a gateway drug
alcohol is used as a sprite in paints .it is used as a solvent .
Grain alcohol is used for the preparation of alcoholic drinks.
No. Ethyl alcohol (ethanol) is the alcohol in beverages. Benzyl alcohol is used as a solvent in inks, paints, etc. and in the treatment of head lice!
it is used to heat the alcohol.
Alcohol is not used for clothes washing; soaps and detergents are.
Yeast is a microorganism that is used in for fermentation in alcohol production.
Perhaps you mean micro organisms used in alcohol production. Yeasts are used to convert sugar to alcohol in a process called fermentation.
A water bath is used for heating alcohol, as this keeps alcohol (flammable) away from open flames.
Alcohol is used for human consumption as a recreational drug. In most parts of the world, consuming alcohol is legal.
The alcohol lamp is generally used during excursions, but can be used sometimes in a laboratory for heating when another source of heating is not available. Alcohol is the fuel for heating.
Ethanol (or ethyl alcohol)
Ethanol (Ethyl alcohol)
Ethanol or Ethyl Alcohol
Pure alcohol is required to prepare homeopathic medicines . it may be used as absolute alcohol or Rectified alcohol . it must not be methylated .
Alcohol is described as a recreational drug because it is used for the purpose of numbing the mind. Alcohol is used to escape reality.
Alcohol is used to clean wounds, and to remove ink and other materials not soluble in water. Alcohol can also be used as a fuel additive or as fuel. Alcohol is also used in spirit lamps and in spirit levels. It is also colored and used in thermometers in place of mercury.
it is used for my bollox
Rubbing Alcohol is a term that is not used to refer specifically to a particular type of alcohol. In common language, it can be used to stand for: Denatured Alcohol, Denaturized Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol, and Isopropanol. In addition, it is also sometimes applied to Ethanol, or Ethyl Alcohol. There are different formulas used in commercial Rubbing Alcohol and in some countries, as in the US, a specific formula is mandated for products sold under the label of "Rubbing Alcohol".