Biogasoline - Definition, Glossary, Details - OilgaeBiogasoline are biohydrocarbons with between 5 and 12 carbon atoms per molecule, mainly hexane. These biogasolines can be used in pure state (100% biogasoline or BG100) in any conventional gasoline engine (as happens with biobutanol), and can be distributed in the same fueling infrastructure, as the properties match traditional gasoline from petroleum. Heptanone is not really biogasoline and requires a small percentage of octane booster to match gasoline. Ethanol fuel (E85) requires a special engine and has lower combustion energy and corresponding fuel economy.Biogasoline is different from biobutanol and Ethanol, as they are bioalcohols and not bio-hydrocarbons.Source: Wikipedia
Biogasoline idea refined by Dutch Shell, U.S. firm - It looks like gasoline, smells like gasoline and runs in regular gasoline engines, but it isn't made from crude oil; it comes from crops.
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