A step closer to producing fuels for trucks and airplanes from biomass
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Chemists are working on a catalyst to produce liquid fuels suitable for trucks and airplanes from renewable sources. Currently, natural gas and biomass, such as wood and waste from food production, are made into syngas, but the subsequent reaction is expensive and energy hungry. The new catalyst could change that.
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