Alcohol Question Number 4

Alcohol question 5'3 120 pds?

Hang in there while you can because it won't last long and alcoholism is knocking at your door.

For how long can alcohol be detected in a urine EtG test?

I am going to answer anonymously for this question for obvious reasons. On probation for DWI I am subject to unscheduled ETG testing during my monthly visits to probation.Because of this I have read more than most about the actual effectiveness of this test I can share with you what I learned and what my experience has been. When you read the scientific studies regarding the accuracy of the test, what you find is that test becomes extremely ineffective after 36 hours of drinking. Say for maybe the most severe drinkers.My rule of thumb strictly for my own sanity is to not drink after midnight on Thursday if I have probation on Monday. Thursday midnight to Friday midnight = 24hrs, to Saturday midnight = 48 hrs, to Sunday midnight = 72 hrs, to Monday at 8 am = 80 hrs. Now I do this for my own piece of mind but I am sure I would be fine drinking on Friday and even Saturday. It just isn’t worth it to me.One time I drank a TON of beer on a Saturday night and didn’t finish until about 2 am on Sunday. I regretted this decision on Sunday knowing I had probation on Monday and potentially may have to take the ETG urinalysis. I drank tons of water on Sunday and throughout the night into Monday morning. Then a ton of coffee and waited til as late I could in the day to go to the probation office. Sure enough, I had a test. I passed it though. The sweating it out for those two days and the following week waiting for a phone call saying I needed to report back to my PO was excruciating.I hope this helps with your question.

I need help with some questions?

Question No. 1
isomers are compounds with the same chemical formulas but differ in configuration or structure
number 1: 1 -propanol and 2-propanol are examples of isomers
if you will draw its structures, they will only differ on the location of "OH" which is the functional group of an alcohol (alcohol becauseit ends in -ol,such as propanOL)
*option no 2 cant be.mehanol is Ch3OH and methanal is CH2O only
*no 3 cant be. methanoic acid is CHOOH while,im unfamiliar with ehanoic alcohol
number 4 cant be an isomer because ethane is CH3CH4 and ethanol is CH2CH2(OH)
you can write the molecular formula of each compound to know whether they are isomers or not

no 2 i do not know try to surf the net

methanol,in number 3 is a monohydroxy alcohol,it only contains 1 -OH group

AS chemistry alcohol question?

An alcohol with molecular formula CnH2n+1OH has a chiral atom but does not react with hot, acidified K2Cr2O7.

What is the smallest possible value for n?

A) 5
B) 6
C) 7
D) 8

The answer is C but I don't really get why?

Thank you!

Do two different types of beers that both contain 4% alcohol have different amounts of alcohol?

If you measure their volumes to enough decimal places, you will find a slight difference. 12.00001 x 4 > 11.99999 x 4. Is there a significant difference between two 4% ABV beer of the same nominal pacakge size or pour? No.Two different beers of the same %ABV will have different quantities of higher alcohols, as well as aldehydes, esters, ketones, etc. So there will be a slight difference in total alcohols from one the other. Small differences in congener profile between a fruity ale and a clean lager account for a big difference in flavor.

What is thymol 4% in 70% ethyl alcohol used for? What precautions should be used? Are there side effects?

Thymol is the main aromatic oil in thyme and a number of other herbs. It is a good natural bacteriophage and disinfectant. Applied to the nails, there should be no side effects, nor, indeed should there be if you ingest it once the alchohol has evaporated (thyme is used a great deal as a kitchen herb).

What are different alcohol content in whisky, beer and wine?

First of all, alcoholic content is typically given in percentage by volume; this is a simple enough measure: it tells you how much pure alcohol there is in a volume of the product. For instance, 10% ABV (also written 10% vol. and 10° et cetera) means that there are 10 volumetric units of pure ethanol in 100 equal units of the drink in question. The USA standard of "x-proof" is exactly double that (e.g. 10% ABV equals exactly 20-proof.)(N.B.: This is not the same as stating there is a total of exactly 90 volumetric units of all the other ingredients of the drink in question; there are a few reasons for this, but just keep that at all times in mind, because it is a little counter-intuitive at first.)Typical values are as follows:Whisky: 40%Beer: anywhere between 3% to 6% for most beers, but can range much higher and industrially made with even less alcohol through reverse osmosis.Wine: anywhere between 11% to 13% for most wines; can range between 9% to 15% or 16% naturally, and some wines have added alcohol to them, because as a product they have a whole different character (all such wines are sweet and are either very aromatic anyway or aromatized with herbs).The effect of drinking them vary significantly due to these factors:Quantity and rate of consumption: the more and faster you drink, the more alcohol your body has to handle, thereby the more intoxicated you get.Alcoholic content: contrary to common belief, while any specific quantity of alcohol has the same overall effect on your body regardless of other details, provided they are the same, the fact that a drink differs from another can and does affect your intoxication. Simply put, drinks that have lots of water (thus smaller alcoholic content) cannot get you as intoxicated as any of stronger drink (assuming equal amounts of pure ethanol), because the amount of water consumed contributes positively towards minimizing intoxication. A number of similar other factors exist.So, the answer to your question would be this:If you drink the same amount of ethanol at the same rate, then the strongest drink is bound to get you the most drunk.If you drink the same volume of drinks at the same rate, then the strongest drink is bound to get you the most drunk.How drunk you get may vary greatly if you don't drink all drinks at the same rate (most people drink strong drinks quite slowly, after all, and not quite as much in terms of total volume).