Industrial Ethanol Manicol
The substance is known as ethyl alcohol (ordinary alcohol, ethyl alcohol, alcohol, ethanol, wine, raisin, hydroxyl, etc.). Alcohol is an odorless, volatile, no color, sparkling, deodorizing, water-tight, and lighter than water. The specific weight or mass volume is 0.795 to 0.8, at a conventional pressure, boiling point is 78.53 to 78.5 degrees Celsius and its freezing point is 114 degrees Celsius.
Hence, it uses it in thermometers that are used to measure cold. Solid alcohol is melted at 130 degrees Celsius. The solubility of ethyl alcohol in water is very high and is mixed with each other with water. The addition of water and alcohol generates a bit of heat, alcohol is a very good solvent.
Alcohol, other than water, is soluble in most organic solvents. Alcohol has a disinfection property.
The largest use of ethanol is pure as fuel in motor vehicles. Ethanol is also used because of the low melting point in the anti-icing industry.