## General Chemistry 10th Edition

Methanol: It is found in $CO+H_2$ and is used as a solvent. Ethanol: Its source is fermentation of glucose and is used as a solvent. Ethylene glycol: It is found in ethylene and is used in anti-freeze. Glycerol: It is obtained in soap making and is used in foods. Fromaldehyde: It is obtained from the oxidation of methanol and is used in plastics and resins.
We know that the sources and uses of the given compounds are as follows: Methanol: It is found in $CO+H_2$ and is used as a solvent. Ethanol: Its source is fermentation of glucose and is used as a solvent. Ethylene glycol: It is found in ethylene and is used in anti-freeze. Glycerol: It is obtained in soap making and is used in foods. Fromaldehyde: It is obtained from the oxidation of methanol and is used in plastics and resins.