Benzene is a colorless volatile liquid hydrocarbon that is present in coal tar and crude oil, it is used in chemical synthesis. Benzene main use is as an intermediate to produce other chemicals. 80% of benzene is used in the production of three chemicals, ethylbenzene, cyclohexane and cumene. Although it most widely used for ethylbenzene which is a precursor to styrene which then makes plastics and polymers. Cyclohexane is for the manufacture of nylon and cumene is converted into phenol for resins and adhesives. It is also an important component of gasoline consisting of a small percent of its mass.
Methanol is a colorless, toxic volatile flammable liquid alcohol. It was original made by distillation from wood. Today most of the methanol produced in the U.S. comes from natural gas. Methanol has
many uses but it is most often used as chemical feedstock to be converted into formaldehyde, acetic acid and olefins.
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