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Inevitable Revival of C1 Chemistry in the First Half of the Twenty-First Century

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The future of fuel production via C, chemistry is discussed in this paper. Four different processes from coal or natural gas to methanol or gasoline are compared with the present commercialized process from crude oil to gasoline on the aspects of economics, environmental friendliness and energy. Considering the future trend of crude oil price, it is believed that C, chemical technologies, especially indirect conversion technologies, will become economically feasible by the year 2030.

Affiliations: 1: The State Key Laboratory of C, Chemistry and Technology, Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

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2017-12-11

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