Why is alcohol flammable?

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The main reason as to why alcohol id flammable is that is made up of tight fitting bonds, when those bonds are lit they cause a sort of combustion thus causing flame.
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Isopropl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) is not only quite flammable it is also a poison. There should be warning labels on your bottle. Keep it away from flames and sparks. Not for oral
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Any amount of alcohol is flammable, so flammable that it can be used as a
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I'll try. Not all alcohol is flammable it must be at least 80 proof or higher. That said. Ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol, pure alcohol, grain alcohol, or drinking alcohol, is
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A 50/50 Isopropyl Alcohol-Water mixture is still flammable. It's flammability class is between V1 to V2 and may form flammable/explosive vapor-air mixture
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