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  • n. Plural form of ethanol.


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  • Of that, 21 billion gallons are required to come from advanced fuels such as cellulosic ethanols, bio-butanol and "green gasoline."

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  • It is important to note that only grain (ethanol) alcohols should be used, the resultant tincture is mostly for human consumption and so never use wood (methanol) alcohols, isopropyl alcohols, or denatured ethanols.

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  • Where the United States needs to go, though, is that we can't rely upon corn only to develop our ethanols, so we're spending a lot of money on cellulostic (ph) research, and that is the ability to convert wood chips, for example, to ethanol.

    CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2006

  • M. O'BRIEN: Yes, they do, but it doesn't address greenhouse gases and that's why this move toward the, you know, ethanols of the world may have some, you know, goodness.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2006

  • This system is exactly the same, but uses enzymes encased in foam to carry out photosynthesis and uses the sugars produced to make ethanols and other biofuels.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • The result, they hope, will be a much more efficient method of converting carbohydrates to biofuel molecules, including ethanols and other long chain hydrocarbons, that will result in far higher yields. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The EPA should be applauded for its leadership in recognizing that advanced ethanols lower the greenhouse footprint and will become a larger part of the future market.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Ethanol from existing production facilities is grandfathered and "there are ways to produce advanced ethanols that would comply with the greenhouse thresholds," even using land use climate impacts if the industry chose to adopt them, Greene said.

    U.S. News

  • Amyris can tweak the genetic structure of those microbes, turning them into better fuel factories and creating ethanols and biodiesel that are far superior to those made directly from plants like corn or sugar cane.

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  • In a crisis-and we are in one now, even though the knife has not yet penetrated the skin of our throats-we should switch to the best alternatives at hand: methanol, sugar and cellulosic ethanols, North American compressed natural gas (CNG), second-generation biofuels, electric, hydrogen.

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