Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2019)
Production of ENA (Extra Neutral Alcohol) from molasses of sugarcane
Author(s): Aayush Kumar Mishra, Piyush Mishra, Adiya Veer Vikram Singh, Dr. Manali Singh
Abstract: Alcohol is a less poisonous and colorless chemical compound made of grain, it can be used as a fuel instead of gasoline. In some modern factories, it is also used as fuel, due to limited natural fuel, Ethanol is also an alternative means. In general use, it is presented as a beverage alcohol. Its chemical formula is depicted in various forms such as EtOH, CH3CH2OH and C2H5OH or its empirical formula C2H6O (which shares it with diethyl ether). Ethanol can be prepared by the fermentation of jar. After crystallization of sugarcane juice, the remaining mother is alcohol. It is dark brownish sticky liquid. It is a dark colored liquid made of sugarcane juice. Ethanol can be prepared by fermentation of sugar made from sugarcane juice on an industrial scale. It is dark brownish sticky liquid. The molasses contain approximately 50% fermentable sucrose glucose. Ethanol is a volatile, flammable, clear, colorless liquid. Ethanol is a good solvent. It is also used in the form of disinfectants, beverages, antic fuel, fuel, depression and chemical intermediates. It can be made by fermentation process of the material Junk, ENA, Fermentation Technology, Sugarcane.