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Zeolitic catalytic conversion of alcohols to hydrocarbons

A method for catalytically converting an alcohol to a hydrocarbon without requiring purified or concentrated alcohol was invented by ORNL researchers. This approach can be used for relatively dilute bio-mass produced alcohols, such as those found in a biomass fermentation reactor.

Inventors

ID: ID2414

License Status
  • Licensed
Inventoring Institution
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Brian Davison
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