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Waste to Become Fuel
23.10.2014 14:56
Waste to Become Fuel

Researchers developed an effective technique for waste utilization, which helps producing various types of fuels.

      The technique is based upon properties of supercritical water. Liquid heated over 374 degrees Centigrade turns into vapour with very high density and changes its physical and chemical propertues drastically. Supercritical water dissolves organic molecules and metals.

      Such proerties are useful when one needs to utulize asphalt, and utilization temperature affect the resulting product - benzol, when it is high, and liquid oils, when it is lower than 450 degrees Centigrade. 


Author: Anna Kizilova


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