Teeny Reactor Pumps Out Biodiesel

Posted in General at 4:12 pm by Dennis Brown

Wired had previously published an article called Teeny Reactor Pumps Out Biodiesel that I found interesting. It focuses on a new device, the size of a credit card, that pumps vegetable oil and alcohol through tiny parallel channels to covert oil into biodiesel, almost instantly. I have no idea if this is real or fraud at this point as I haven’t been able to find much to corroborate this story. Email me if you have info!

The source of the breakthrough was listed as Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute, although the only decent link I found were on the same server, different location, Here is that page, which contains other links as well. I haven’t exhausted all the links myself. This is probably one of the better pages for broad topics that cover biodiesel, and worth bookmarking.


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