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Burning ethanol. Flames from a sample of burning ethanol (C2H5OH) in a crucible. The flame is relatively clean (not sooty), which is due to ethanol having few carbon atoms per molecule. It is a colourless alcohol, which can be produced by the fermentation of sugars by yeast.
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