methyl alcohol

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Synonyms for methyl alcohol

a light volatile flammable poisonous liquid alcohol

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Methyl alcohol poisoning: an autopsy study of 28 cases.
The residue was treated with water (100 mL), the precipitate filtered off, and the formed crude product was recrystallized from methyl alcohol.
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.
Alcohol brewed by the bootleggers turns into poison due to the formation of methyl alcohol which is toxic in nature.
One of the most common accidents occurs when attempting to refill the empty burner reservoir using a stock bottle of methyl alcohol.
In order to encourage new investment and capacity addition in the chemicals and petrochemicals sector, he proposed to reduce the BCD on reformate, ethane, propane, ethylene, propylene, butadiene and ortho-xylene, methyl alcohol and denatured ethyl alcohol, and crude naphthalene.
7, we display the magnitude spectra versus frequency for the case where an unknown liquid in Validation Study 3, methyl alcohol, was also included in the database of liquids.
Iran exported iron ore valued at $909mln, methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, valued at $728mln and bitumen valued at $719mln during the eight-month period.
Although camping and picnic stoves in which chafing fuel containing methyl alcohol is used are very useful products, they may lead to very big problems, if not used carefully.
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.
USPRwire, Fri Oct 04 2013] The spirits category was hit by a methyl alcohol poisoning scandal during autumn and winter 2012.
Chemical toxins include organic substances such as lead, mercury, pesticides, asbestos, chlorine gas, methyl alcohol, and most medications.
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.