This proportion of wood alcohol is far more than is required in any other country.
wood alcohol, which is made by the destructive distillation of wood, is another important by-product.
The substances commonly employed are glycerine, wood alcohol, or a saturated solution of calcium chloride.
"That sounds like wood alcohol," said Billy Hudgens, in a professional tone of voice.
Grain alcohol is the best and most expensive, but wood alcohol is cheaper and will answer all ordinary purposes.
A gallon can of wood alcohol, standing on a shelf in the after-room, had lost quite a portion of its contents.
On the third floor are the wood alcohol tanks, and on the fourth floor cans of methylating materials.
Hardly had he finished speaking when I began to notice a smell something like wood alcohol.
Shellac is soluble in both grain alcohol (ethyl alcohol) and wood alcohol (methyl alcohol), but grain alcohol is preferable.
The spirits derived from wine, grain, or sugar is much preferable to the poisonous methyl or wood alcohol.
wood alcohol n.
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