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There is no difference between them both are ethanol
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There is no difference between C2H6O and C2H5OH.
Both are the same but in the latter one, 'OH' is specifically mentioned so as to convey that 'OH' together represents a single functional group i.e. alcohol.

C2H6O and C2H5OH both represents the compound, Ethanol.
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