methyl alcohol

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Synonyms for methyl alcohol

a light volatile flammable poisonous liquid alcohol

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The ATK examined the bodies of the five victims which had been regarded as "suspicious deaths" and discovered that they died of methyl alcohol poisoning, according to Turkish media reports.
The hazardous unknown liquids are: cognac, lighter fluid, lubricating oil, and methyl alcohol.
The illicit home-made liquor, known as tharra in local jargon, contained methyl alcohol, which is intended for industrial use and is fatal when consumed in large quantities.
Iran exported methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, valued at $349 million, iron ore valued at $297 million, and bitumen valued at $292 million in spring 2013.
5% by weight methyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, butyl alcohol or mixtures thereof.
The wastes are mainly recycled wastewater from phenol ammonia, blow down from gasification circulating water, wash waste from low temperature methyl alcohol and other integrated wastewater (such as ground rinse water, sanitary wastewater).
Some common alcohols used in these solutions are methyl alcohol or methanol.
The truck is fueled by methyl alcohol and uses "gallons per mile.
The initial probe revealed that the tragedy occurred as the locals consumed methyl alcohol.
When APM molecule gets metabolized, it lets out methyl alcohol along with phenylalanine and aspartic acid, turning into a neurotoxin.
Methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, is used to produce chemical products such as plastic, paint and construction materials.
2003, "Effect of methyl alcohol on the morphology and conformational characteristics of sericin," Int.
Using experience gained from its wartime aero engines, Mercedes built the first successful Grand Prix car to have fuel injection and ran it on a unique fuel mix containing 45 per cent benzol, 25 per cent methyl alcohol, 25 per cent high octane petrol, three per cent acetone and two per cent nitro-benzine.
KOH mixed with methyl alcohol to produce the methoxide.
And while Russia may have reputation for hard and loose drinking, there were 11 victims who died this April in Turkey from drinking methyl alcohol in mostly fake brands of the traditional aniseed drink raki.