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  • Answer: Well Technically it does not evaporate alcohol just enhances flavor and coloring so it does not have the effects of alcohol so you wont get drunk if that is what you are asking.
  • Answer: Alcohol abuse - the definition of alcohol abuse is binge drinking - the consumption of 3 or more alcoholic beverages within 24 hours.
    Alcohol dependence - alcohol dependence can be physical or emotional.
    • Emotional dependence is hard to define - typically, it is the desire to drink alcohol in the absence of a physiological drive (physical dependence) to do so.
    • Physical dependence is the physical desire or need to continue drinking alcoholic beverages to prevent withdrawal. Typically, this definition includes lack of regard for self preservation and societal norms.

  • Answer: Ethyl alcohol (C3C2OH) known as ethanol in the IUPAC nomenclature is called grain alcohol as it is traditionally produced for distillation to pure alcohol by the fermentation of grain derived sugars.
    The name separates it from methyl alcohol (C3OH) called methanol which is derived from the fermentation of cellulose as is sometimes called wood alcohol.
  • Answer: Yes, ethyl alcohol and isopropyl alcohol are drinkable.
  • Answer: Ethyl alcohol (C3C2OH) known as ethanol in the IUPAC nomenclature is called grain alcohol as it is traditionally produced for distillation to pure alcohol by the fermentation of grain derived sugars.
    The name separates it from methyl alcohol (C3OH) called methanol which is derived from the fermentation of cellulose as is sometimes called wood alcohol.
  • Answer: ethanol has the formula C2H5OH and is suitable for consumption by humans,isopropyl alcohol(C3H8O) is an isomer of propanol with the OH alcohol functional group on the second carbon as opposed to at the end of the chain as normal,whats marketed as isopropyl alcohol(rubbing alcohol) in America actually contains no isopropyl alcohol as far as i know,just denatured ethanol.isopropyl aclohol is a skin irritant and is metabolised to acetone in the body,it is about twice as toxic as ethanol
  • Answer: This really depends on what you need to use these alcohols for.While is isopropyl alcohol is rubbing alcohol used for externalpurposes, ethyl alcohol is for drinking. So, if its forconsumption, then ethyl alcohol is safe to use. Ethyl alcohol alsois used in products like cough suppressants and mouthwashes.
  • Answer: Yes, rubbing alcohol is a common name for isopropyl alcohol.
  • Answer: Isopropyl alcohol and rubbing alcohol are not the same thing. Formost uses, yes you can. This is because:

    • Rubbing alcohol may contain eitherisopropyl alcohol or ethanol.• Rubbing alcohol is a mixture ofcompounds (type of denatured alcohol) whereas isopropyl alcohol isnot.

  • Answer: Yes its the same thing
  • Answer: Isopropyl alcohol is not the same as denatured alcohol. The formeris a rubbing alcohol that is poisonous. Denatured alcohol, on theother hand, is methanol that has been treated with denatoniumbenzoate and is not fit for human consumption.
  • Answer: Hi, well I recently did a science fair project and with my results I found that non-alcohol based sanitizers work better then alcohol based sanitizers. However, they do not work that well, hand sanitizers only kill the germs, consequently, they are still there, dead or alive. Almanza, associate professor of restaurant, hotel, institutional and tourism management, says "the typical hand sanitizer, which is usually alcohol-based, strips the skin of the outer layer of oil, which normally prevents resident bacteria from coming to the surface."

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How does Media afforts alcohol?

  • Counter-advertising commonly is used to balance the effects that alcohol advertising may have on alcohol consumption and alcohol-related problems. Such measures can take the form of print or broadcast advertisements (e.g., public service announcements [PSAs]) as well as product warning labels. The effectiveness of both types of counter-advertising is reviewed using the Elaboration Likelihood Model as a theoretical framework. For print and broadcast counter-advertisements, such factors as their emotional appeal and the credibility of the source, as well as audience factors, can influence their effectiveness. Further, brewer-sponsored counter-advertisements are evaluated and received differently than are the more conventional PSA counter-advertisements. For warning labels, both the content and design of the label influence their effectiveness, as do audience factors. The effectiveness of those labels is evaluated in terms of the extent to which they impact cognitive and affective processes as well as drinking behavior.

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  • Answer: Counter-advertising commonly is used to balance the effects that alcohol advertising may have on alcohol consumption and alcohol-related problems. Such measures can take the form of print or broadcast advertisements (e.g., public service announcements [PSAs]) as well as product warning labels. The effectiveness of both types of counter-advertising is reviewed using the Elaboration Likelihood Model as a theoretical framework. For print and broadcast counter-advertisements, such factors as their emotional appeal and the credibility of the source, as well as audience factors, can influence their effectiveness. Further, brewer-sponsored counter-advertisements are evaluated and received differently than are the more conventional PSA counter-advertisements. For warning labels, both the content and design of the label influence their effectiveness, as do audience factors. The effectiveness of those labels is evaluated in terms of the extent to which they impact cognitive and affective processes as well as drinking behavior.
  • Answer: Niche media is known as narrowcasting and it is information aimed at a narrow audience such as an ad addressed towards teens and children. Mass media is information addressed to a large number of people in a short period of time. Addressable media is information delivered to people of a certain address location.
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  • Answer: First off, get some music relating to the topic. For example, if one was doing a PowerPoint on say, Papua New Guinea, then one would use music that sounds like a tribal drum beat. one could also use video to help the audiencesee the point of your presentation. That and a guest speaker will get the audience ready to learn.
  • Answer: Inform, intertain, or persuade an audience.
  • Answer: Electronic media can only be seen by the use of electronics(computers, laptops, iPads, iPhones, Kindles, video games,television, etc.). Print media is words and images printed on paper(newspapers, magazines, books, etc.).
  • Answer: Many ways to do this.
    One way (the way i am doing it) is connecting a WDTV Live to my TV. WDTV Live can connect to my network harddisk (or a simple USB, external harddrive) where i have stored all my moviefiles, music and pictures. Chances are you already have an external harddrive of some sort. So i think WDTV/WDTV Live is a cheap option.
  • Answer: I think that web media is slowly replacing print media. I say that as a print media hold-out. While newspaper is certainly on the way out, I was still skeptical about the prospect that books and magazines would be replaced. Now with the advent of reasonable working ebook readers like the Kindle and Nook, books and magazines are going to see their print versions take a hit. So the answer to your question is: Yes - print will eventually be replaced by web and digital media.
  • Answer: Controlled-based media access control is based upon having a system in place for allowing one host to transmit at a time. It is also known as deterministic method since there is a process to determine which host transmits at a certain time. No collisions exist with this type of media access control. An example would be token ring where a token is passed from host to host and when it has the token it can transmit and others do not transmit at that time.
    Contention-based media access control is known as non-deterministic because hosts can transmit whenever they want. CSMA/CD is an example of this. Collisions do exist.
  • Answer: In all likelihood. However, ETG tests are extremely sensitive, so there is no guarantee. Most addiction professionals do not even think the tests should be used for compliance testing, because they will detect low levels of alcohol metabolites that could easily have come from sources other than drinking alcohol.
  • Answer: Oxycodone and ambien have no effect on alcohol concentration. They do have an effect on physical impairment. In most (if not all) states, a blood test may be administered to detect the level of the substance for purposes of determining both authorized consumption and level of impairment. A person with a medically authorized prescription for oxycodone or ambien may still be charged and convicted of DUI/DWI.
  • Answer: The subject tested has diabetes. The metabolism of starch creates ethanol in the blood and also causes a detectable level of acetone on the breath. (detected by breathalyzer)
  • Answer: Alcohol absorption rates differ from one person to the next. A study by the University of Manchester shows that the use of carbonated mixer increased the rates of absorption in a majority of test subjects, the mean absorption rate was measured at 4.39 ± 0.45 (mg/100 ml/min), when mixed with a still mixer the rate was 1.08 + 0.36, the difference being a significant (p = 0.006)
  • Answer: for every drink you have you need at least an hour