Topic: The diagram below shows how ethnol fuel is produced from corn.

My essay:


The flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn.

Overall, the process consists of nine stages, beginning with corn, the main material of the process and ending up with transporting to the customers.

The first stage in the process is the corn, the raw material ready for processing. Then, corn is stored, prior to the milling. In the third stage, corn is milled the cooked for 4 hours, with water is added. After that, corn is fermented for 48 hours.

In the sixth step, corn is separated into 2 categories: solid by-product and liquid. The liquid is purified ethanol which takes 5 hours then stored. In the final stages of the process, the final product is that ethanol fuel is stored for transportation to the customers.

The flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn.

Overall, the process consists of nine stages, beginning with corn, (Corn is not a stage of a process. Processes are described by verbs - harvesting, transporting, grinding, cooking, rolling, and so on.) the main material of the process and ending up with transporting to the customers.

The first stage in the process is the corn, (Gathering / harvesting corn. You can also say "The input to the first stage in the process is raw corn.) the raw material ready for processing. Then, corn is stored, prior to the milling. In the third stage, corn is milled the cooked (That makes no sense.) for 4 hours, with water is added. (A full clause cannot serve as the object of a preposition. That is not grammatical.) After that, corn is fermented for 48 hours.

In the sixth step, corn is separated into two components 2 categories: solid by-product and liquid. The liquid is purified ethanol (incorrect. The liquid is not purified ethanol.) which takes 5 hours (You missed the process verb.) then stored. In the final stages of the process, the final product is that ethanol fuel is stored for transportation to the customers.



Model essay:

The flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn.

Overall, the process consists of eight stages, beginning with storing the main ingredient, corn, and ending up with transporting the finished product, ethanol, to the customers.

The first two steps are preparing the corn for cooking, namely storage and milling. After being milled, water is added and the corn is cooked for four hours. The fourth stage is a 48-hour fermentation process which produces the simple alcohol, ethanol, intermixed with other liquids and the corn solids. In the fifth step, the liquid phase is separated from the solids. Ethanol fuel is purified from this liquid, a process requiring five hours. That completes the ethanol fuel production part of the process. The last two steps are storing the product and then transporting it to customers.

The flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn.

Overall, the process consists of nine stages, beginning with corn, the main material of the process and ending up with the fuel product for consumer use. transporting to the customers.

The first stage in the process is preparing the corn, the raw material, ready for processing. Then, The corn is initially stored, prior to the milling. In the third stage, the corn is milled the cooked for four hours, with water is being added. After that, corn is fermented for 48 hours.

In the sixth step, corn the resulting mixture is separated into 2 categories: two: a solid by-product and a liquid. The liquid is purified into ethanol which takes five hours, and it is then stored. In the final stage of the process, the final product, is that is the ethanol fuel, is stored, ready for transportation to the customers.

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AlpheccaStarsThe flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn.Overall, the process consists of eight stages, beginning with storing the main ingredient, corn, and ending up with transporting the finished product, ethanol, to the customers.The first two steps are preparing the corn for cooking, namely storage and milling. After being milled, water is added and the corn is cooked for four hours. The fourth stage is a 48-hour fermentation process which produces the simple alcohol, ethanol, intermixed with other liquids and the corn solids. In the fifth step, the liquid phase is separated from the solids. Ethanol fuel is purified from this liquid, a process requiring five hours. That completes the ethanol fuel production part of the process. The last two steps are storing the product and then transporting it to customers.

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highlight 232The flow chart illustrates the process of making ethanol fuel from corn. Overall, the process consists of nine stages, beginning with corn, the main material of the process and ending up with transporting to the customers. The first stage in the process is the corn, the raw material ready for processing. Then, corn is stored, prior to the milling. In the third stage, corn is milled the cooked for 4 hours, with water is added. After that, corn is fermented for 48 hours. In the sixth step, corn is separated into 2 categories: solid by-product and liquid. The liquid is purified ethanol which takes 5 hours then stored. In the final stages of the process, the final product is that ethanol fuel is stored for transportation to the customers.

129 words.

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