Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 23:42 in Physics & Chemistry
As a chemical for industrial processes, butanol is used in everything from brake fluid, to paint thinners, to plastics. According to researchers, butanol made from plant material could displace butanol made from petroleum, just not at the fuel pump.
- Displacing petroleum-derived butanol with plantsThu, 8 Jan 2009, 16:42:33 EST
- Turning bacteria into butanol biofuel factoriesWed, 2 Mar 2011, 9:34:36 EST
- Researchers boost production of biofuel that could replace gasolineWed, 19 Aug 2009, 9:24:32 EDT
- Highly efficient production of advanced biofuel by metabolically engineered microorganismTue, 23 Oct 2012, 16:08:13 EDT
- New process doubles production of alternative fuel while slashing costsTue, 14 Aug 2012, 13:23:41 EDT