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Chemist, RISAL

I am a biofuel enthusiast. My dream is to convert farm waste to bioethanol be fed to spark-ignited engines to provide power for farm operations. I also wish to be able to collect the exhaust...

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  • Mar 13, 2023

Credit to the owner of the video. This is not mine, but in my humble opinion it is worth sharing because the topic here is about biobutanol. A biofuel that was said to be a 1:1 replacement for spark-ignited engines. Biobutanol is better than bioethanol because its 4-carbon atom offers more calorie than the 2-carbon atom of the ethanol.  However, biobutanol gives off more CO2 per mole compared to ethanol.


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