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Many alcohols can be created by fermentation of fruits or grains with yeast, but only ethanol is commercially produced this way — chiefly for fuel and drink. Other alcohols are generally produced by synthetic routes from natural gas, petroleum, or coal feed stocks; for example, via acid catalyzed hydration of alkenes. For more details see Preparation of alcohols.

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