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Bioethanol is another term for ethanol, typically used to refer to using ethanol as a fuel.[1] In the United States, ethanol for consumption is usually made from corn, while bioethanol can be made from other biomass materials, such as growing trees, corn stover, grain straw, forest products, municipal solid waste (MSW), construction waste and switchgrass.

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  1. What is Bioethanol?