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it’s actually hydrogen that’s burning, as his machine generates enough heat to break down the chemical bond between hydrogen and oxygen that makes up Fire.

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  • UK oil and gas reserves may last only a decade, study suggests September 19, 2017
    The UK has low oil and gas resources and limited prospects for fracking, according to a new analysis by scientists, who recommend a shift towards greater use of renewable, clean energy.
  • Copper catalyst yields high efficiency CO2-to-fuels conversion September 18, 2017
    Scientists have developed a new electrocatalyst that can directly convert carbon dioxide into multicarbon fuels and alcohols using record-low inputs of energy. The work is the latest in a round of studies tackling the challenge of a creating a clean chemical manufacturing system that can put carbon dioxide to good use.
  • Hydrogen power moves a step closer September 14, 2017
    Physicists are developing methods of creating renewable fuel from water using quantum technology. Renewable hydrogen can already be produced by photoelectrolysis where solar power is used to split water molecules into oxygen and hydrogen. But fundamental problems remain before this can be adopted commercially due to inefficiency. A new study demonstrates tha […]
  • New method for identifying carbon compounds derived from fossil fuels September 13, 2017
    Scientists have developed a laboratory instrument that will greatly reduce the cost of analyzing carbon isotopes. Among other things, this will allow scientists to measure how much of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere came from burning fossil fuels, and to estimate fossil fuel emissions in an area as small as a city or as large as a continent.
  • Airline industry could fly thousands of miles on biofuel from a new promising feedstock September 11, 2017
    A Boeing 747 burns one gallon of jet fuel each second. A recent analysis estimates that this aircraft could fly for 10 hours on bio-jet fuel produced on 54 acres of specially engineered sugarcane.
  • A sweeter way to make green products September 9, 2017
    A more efficient process has been created for extracting the sugars from wood chips, corn cobs and other organic waste from forests and farms. This biorenewable feedstock could serve as a cheaper, sustainable substitute for the petroleum used in manufacturing tons of consumer goods annually -- goods that consumers want to be greener.
  • Scientists make methanol using air around us September 7, 2017
    Scientists have created methanol from methane using oxygen from the air. Methanol is currently produced by breaking down natural gas at high temperatures. But researchers have discovered they can produce methanol from methane through simple catalysis that allows methanol production at low temperatures using oxygen and hydrogen peroxide. The findings have maj […]
  • Fuel economy standards cheaper, more beneficial than previously believed September 6, 2017
    The regulations that set fuel-economy and greenhouse-gas emission goals for cars and trucks have lower costs and higher benefits than previous analyses report, a new study shows.
  • More durable, less expensive fuel cells September 5, 2017
    A new technology has been created that could make fuel cells cheaper and more durable. Hydrogen-powered fuel cells are a green alternative to internal combustion engines because they produce power through electrochemical reactions, leaving no pollution behind. Platinum is the most common catalyst in the type of fuel cells used in vehicles, but it's expe […]
  • Photosynthesis discovery could help design more efficient artificial solar cells August 29, 2017
    A natural process that occurs during photosynthesis could lead to the design of more efficient artificial solar cells, according to researchers.