"इथेनॉल" के अवतरणों में अंतर

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== References ==
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== Further reading ==
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*"Alcohol." (1911). In Hugh Chisholm (Ed.) ''[[Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition]].'' [http://91.1911encyclopedia.org/A/AL/ALCOHOL.htm Online reprint]
*Lodgsdon, J.E. (1994). "Ethanol." In J.I. Kroschwitz (Ed.) ''Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 4th ed.'' vol. 9, pp. 812–860. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
*Smith, M.G., and M. Snyder. (2005). "Ethanol-induced virulence of ''Acinetobacter baumannii''". ''American Society for Microbiology meeting''. June 5 – June 9. Atlanta.
*[http://sci-toys.com/ingredients/alcohol.html Sci-toys website explanation of US denatured alcohol designations]
*Boyce, John M., and Pittet Didier. (2003). [http://cdc.gov/handhygiene/ “Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings.”] [[Centers for Disease Control]], [[Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]], United States.
*{{cite web|title=VS1000A Series In-Line Ethanol Sensors for the Beverage and BioFuel Industry|author=Rene Martinez VitalSensors Technologies LLC|url=http://vitalsensorstech.com/VitalSensors%20VS-1000A%20Ethanol%20Alcohol%20Sensor%20Data%20Sheet.pdf}} Martinez describes the theory and practice of measuring brix on-line in beverages.
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