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Crop vs Bioethanol - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between crop and bioethanol

is that crop is a plant, especially a cereal, grown to be harvested as food, livestock fodder or fuel or for any other economic purpose while bioethanol is ethanol produced, by fermentation of crops, for use as a biofuel.

As a verb crop

is to remove the top end of something, especially a plant.

Fermentation vs Bioethanol - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between fermentation and bioethanol

is that fermentation is (biochemistry) any of many anaerobic biochemical reactions in which an enzyme (or several enzymes produced by a microorganism) catalyses the conversion of one substance into another; especially the conversion (using yeast) of sugars to alcohol or acetic acid with the evolution of carbon dioxide while bioethanol is ethanol produced, by fermentation of crops, for use as a biofuel.

Bioethanol vs Ethanol - What's the difference?

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Bioethanol is a derived term of ethanol.


As nouns the difference between bioethanol and ethanol

is that bioethanol is ethanol produced, by fermentation of crops, for use as a biofuel while ethanol is (organic compound) a simple aliphatic alcohol formally derived from ethane by replacing one hydrogen atom with a hydroxyl group: ch3-ch2-oh.

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