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Questions & Answers about Biological Effects of Alcohol - Chemical factors

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  • michelle murphy Ireland Liver poisoning loss of appetite
    2014-04-11 10:04:27

  • Tammy Anderson United States of America why blindness
    2014-04-08 08:04:10

    • Sam CarMal United Kingdom If you have ever seen or known of anyone who performed taxidermy, as i do , you will know they often use Formaldehyde (formic acid). For example, if you take the tail of a fox. remove the bone and turn it inside out, place it in a container of Formaldehyde, in a dark place for the formic acid to work, all the flesh gets removed and the skin goes tough and leathery, the hair remains in perfect condition. Turn it round the right way to dry out and it will become brittle. Imagine that in your system, making its way to your eyes!
      2014-04-11 03:04:31
    • Sam CarMal United Kingdom When Ethanol breaks down it becomes Formaldehyde and Formic Acid, both of these are highly toxic and can cause blindness. This is due to the part of the body they particularly react with? The dangers are in particular with drinking stronger alcohol such as Gin or Whisky. The Ethanol breakdown is far stronger in them meaniog they are more toxic in particular concerning the eyes.
      2014-04-11 03:04:26
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    2014-04-08 08:04:22

  • Muhammad Fugu Nigeria What is the active ingredient in alcohol?
    2014-04-04 13:04:57

  • Sudheer Kumar India what is composition of alcohol?
    2014-04-04 09:04:41

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