Methane vs Bioethanol - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between methane and bioethanol
is that methane
is methane while bioethanol
(organic compound, uncountable) The simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, CH4, being a constituent of natural gas.
(organic chemistry, countable) Any of very many derivatives of methane.
- Cattle emit a large amount of methane .
* methyl hydride (appears in some chemistry literature)
* carbon tetrahydride (qualifier)
* methane gas (an often-used term, although it really means methane )
Ethanol produced, by fermentation of crops, for use as a biofuel.