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The use of biofuels to mitigate global warming


A global warming forum: scientific, economic, and legal overview: 475-485
The use of biofuels to mitigate global warming
The use of plant biomass could eliminate CO2 accumulation from fossil fuel combustion. Processes available to produce ethanol, methane, methanol, and other chemicals, are reviewed.


Accession: 002530184



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