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  • n. The IUPAC name for acetaldehyde, rarely used in research or industry.

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  • n. a colorless volatile water-soluble liquid aldehyde used chiefly in the manufacture of acetic acid and perfumes and drugs


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  • Here in Canada we have similar plans (though not nearly so grandiose, yet) to increase ethanal usage.

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  • October 14th, 2008 11:33 am ET off shore drilling is totally and utterly bad idea…why, it doesnot produce 3 percent of oil…for 10 years…instead we need to cut down on driving…prices come down…inflation come down…obama is darn right in this…search for alternative sources to run the cars…fossil fuels, ethanal etc, solar…we need these things…drill baby drill goes to ABUSE OF POWER IN TROOPER CASE…OK, IT IS TOTALLY RIDICULOUS THINGS WE DO….

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  • Ve lithophytic glochidium on depot, and one of the decimalization ethanal out in the silicon at a big oppression of ethnically bootlicking abstractedness bags.

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  • Methane monooxygenase P ethanol + ethanal + NAD (P) + + H2 O

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