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Green Gasoline Comes Closer to Fueling Your Car

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George Huber poses with a vial of green gasoline compounds.

George Huber poses with a vial of green gasoline compounds.

Credit: Ben Barnhart


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Vials containing sawdust, catalyst, charred catalyst and gasoline made from sawdust.

Vials containing sawdust, catalyst, charred catalyst and gasoline made from sawdust.

Credit: Robert Coolman, UMass Amherst


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Image showing structure of zeolite in a catalyst.

Structure of zeolite in a catalyst. Each tetrahedron represents either SiO2 (silicon dioxide) or HAlO2 (hydrogen aluminum dioxide). The spaces in the structure (highlighted) are called "micropores" and are roughly the same size as gasoline molecules.

Credit: Image courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, http://www.mrsec.wisc.edu/nano


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A diagram of catalytic pyrolysis.

A diagram of catalytic pyrolysis.

Credit: Robert Coolman, UMass Amherst


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