When gas can be made in labs, and when it’s actually useful
Ars Technic article Posted October 20, 2018 04:23:17Gasoline is a common additive in many household products, but the chemical compound used in the process is actually a bacterium.
That bacterium has a nasty habit of releasing spores into the air.
That makes it incredibly difficult to produce fuel in large quantities, which makes it hard to find substitutes.
A group of scientists in Germany and Italy have created a synthetic gas that can be used in a range of fuels, including gasoline.
Gasoline can be produced from two different sources: bacterial spores or photosynthetic enzymes.
Spores are the easiest and most common method, since they are cheap to grow.
However, the enzyme required to make gas is the second most abundant in the air, so making gas is a bit more difficult.
Researchers in Germany found that the enzyme they created is made of carbon dioxide.
That means it can be easily synthesized in a lab.
It’s also easy to produce, with the help of a simple catalyst.
In addition, the fuel can be manufactured in a number of different ways.
For example, the gas can even be made by reacting it with sulfuric acid, which is not very common in gas production.
However the process isn’t very practical.
For that reason, the researchers were interested in finding an alternative to photosynthesis.
They decided to combine carbon dioxide and sulfuric acids to create a chemical compound called pyroclorate.
They have published their results in the journal Science.
The researchers discovered that pyrolysis is a very efficient method of producing carbon dioxide, but it’s not a very good one at converting the carbon dioxide into a liquid fuel.
The process only works when the carbon in the gas is stable, and it’s difficult to find that kind of gas that is stable in nature.
The gas also has a few drawbacks.
The team found that it had to work on the gas for a few months before it could be used commercially.
That meant that there’s a chance that it could degrade after a few years of use.
Another problem is that it can also be very expensive.
The cost of producing a gallon of gasoline from one gallon of pyrolysable carbon dioxide has fallen to around $1 per gallon in the last few years.
It seems that researchers are finding ways to overcome these problems.
In the future, they’re hoping to develop a synthetic carbon that is much cheaper and more stable.
The researchers used an enzyme to make a molecule of carbon-oxygen compound.
The compound they created contains the amino acid cysteine, which has been shown to be an efficient and versatile chemical for generating energy.
They are now working on using this compound to make gasoline.
Source: Science DOI: 10.1126/science.aad1580