Ethanol-Based Oxygenates from Biomass

Aiouache, Farid and Goto, Shigeo (2004) Ethanol-Based Oxygenates from Biomass. In: Handbook of MTBE and Other Gasoline Oxygenates. CRC Press, New York, pp. 121-151. ISBN 0824740580

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It is not in doubt that strategic interest over the last three decades has been given by researchers and legislators to the controversial concept of gasoline oxygenates. This growing concern has led to many passionate debates on issues and eventual solutions to moderate the large dependence on fossil resources, to promote underutilized agriculture facilities, and to reduce environmental degradation. Although it has created an energetic force that definitively leans toward ethanol-based fuel oxygenates, the Kyoto Protocol remains in a certain sense a “utopia” as a result of many technical and other economical reasons.

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