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Siberian chemists have created an additive for environmentally friendly fuel based on straw

Scientists from the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis (Novosibirsk) of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a special additive for petrol based on a substance obtained as a result of processing of straw or wood, which makes fuel more environmentally friendly, the official publication of the SB RAS 'Science in Siberia' informed.
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To create the additives, chemists have decided to use derivatives of furfural, a substance that is obtained by mixing agricultural and timber processing waste with sulfuric acid.

«I can say assuredly that it is highly likely that in the future there will be an ecological high-octane additive made from just straw,» Andrei Smirnov, a scientist at the Laboratory of Catalytic Processes for Processing Renewable Raw Materials at the Institute, is quoted by the publication as saying.

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