there are many types of alcohol so I'm going to assume you mean ethanol (the type found in alcoholic beverage)
ethanol is C2H5OH (water is H2O )
Export list number as per EU law.
Yes. A list of most of them can be found in the link below.
The bond energy of a hydrogen molecule is 412 KJ/mol, or 4.27 eV. A Google search for Hydrogen molecule 432 produces a list of online books that report this value Even better, Hydrogen molecule 1312 links to the online edition of Inorganic Chemistry, by James E. House, page 71, where the concept of bond energy is clearly defined and it is shown how the number 412 is calculated.
calcite, halite, and gypsum
There are about 4,000 minerals we have found. And, as you can see I can't list them all here.
List them all, and multiply to see if you get the original number.
The name is adenosine triphosphate. It is composed of an adenosine base with three phosphate atoms.
There are several charities that list alcohol treatment centers. A search engine can also be used to find alcohol treatment centers in your area.
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That's an arithmetic sequence.
I wanted to know this answer too. My best advice, I found out by calling my local phone company, and they give you a number, to list yourself on. If you get a call from someone, you write down the number, then call your special number from the phone company, and then your number is entered, as a no call number. Hope this helps!
There are a few places where you can find a list of Alcohol Treatment Centers in the southwestern U.S. A couple of these sites include www.soberrecovery.com/links/southwest.html, www.recoveryconnection.org, and www.drug-alcohol-rehabs.org/.
There are a huge number of foods, and a great many times more drinks, that contain alcohol. To list them is an exercise in futility since new types and mixtures are being created all the time.
No difference. Once you've found the factors of a number, the prime numbers on that list are the prime factors.