Alcohol Production Manual

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Alcohol Production Manual
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Type Readable Book
Effects Allows the crafting of Alcohol with Pharmacy skill.
Weight 1
Source Alchemist Union HQ
Cost to buy 100,000 Zeny
Cost to sell 50,000 Zeny

A book with instructions for creating Alcohol.

On iRO, this item is localized as Alcohol Creation Guide.

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Alchemy Basics: Alcohol Creation


The entire alchemy world is panicking, even as I write this. Hundreds of Alchemists, despairing of their studies, have produced copious amounts of alcohol using the method that was announced by the Scholar Association. None of us expected this disaster to happen, but more and more Alchemists are abusing this alcohol production method. I hope you, fair reader, never succumb to the ills of alcohol once you decide to learn alchemy. I leave this you this book, hoping that it will prevent future Alchemists from harming themselves with the knowledge they learn.

"Alcoholism... It's no good!"


What is alcohol?

In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which a hydroxyl group (-OH) is bound to a carbon atom of an alkyl or substituted alkyl group.

The general formula is ROH. Methanol is formed when an alkyl group bonds to a methyl group, a hydrophobic alkyl group derived from ethane. Ethanol is formed when an alkyl group bonds to an ethyl group, an alkyl functional group derived from ethane. The structure of an alkyl is the same as its straight chained hydrocarbon counterpart but with one less hydrogen atom.

Ingredients: 5 Stems, 5 Poison Spores, 1 Empty Test Tube, 1 Empty Bottle

Directions: Put sugared stems and poison spores in the empty bottle. Add some water and boil. Collect the gas, and then cool it down for distillation. Place the liquefied gas in the empty test tube. Keep this book with you and refer to it while you gather the ingredients and use the Pharmacy skill so that you can create Alcohol.

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