Is Methanol Soluble in Water?

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Methanol is soluble in water. Methanol is commonly known as wood alcohol and is used mostly for industrial purposes. When Methanol is burned up, it releases carbon dioxide and water vapors.
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Yes, methanol is soluble in water. This alcohol will dissolve in water no matter what the amount used.
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