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Year 9

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1.5.3 Ethanol C1 Lesson 33 Production of Ethanol
a Ethanol can be produced by reacting ethene with steam in the presence of a catalyst. Know that ethanol can be made from ethane and steam, or by yeast.
b Ethanol can also be produced by fermentation with yeast, using renewable resources. Compare the environmental impact of producing ethanol from renewable and non-renewable sources.

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