As biodiesel is formed through a simple transesterification, it is easily monitored and characterized by NMR Spectroscopy. This analytical technique allows easy, non-destructive evaluation of many of the components regulated in biodiesel standardization (e.g., water, alcohol, phosphorous, and glycerol content). Subsequently, the NMReady could be easily incorporated into characterization to improve workflow. NMR Spectroscopy can be used to quantify the percentage of biodiesel in composite fuel mixture. Click
By Nanalysis Corp. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).
Ethanol can be produced from a variety of raw materials such as corn, sugar cane, soy beans, switchgrass, corn stover, and cellulosic materials. Corn can be processed in a dry or wet mill to produce ethanol. Advances and research in ethanol continues to find new and more energy efficient ways to produce ethanol and biofuels and new raw materials for production.
By National Oilwell Varco based in Dayton, OHIO (USA).
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