Propane (C3H8) is a gas used for heating, power and as an alternative vehicle fuel. It is commonly mixed with butane and other similar gases and is sometimes sold as a compressed liquid under the name "liquid petroleum gas" or LPG. Propane is traditionally produced as a by-product of oil and natural gas processing, but researchers have developed a technique for producing a biopropane from biomass feedstocks.
- Uses supercritical water, which is water that is simultaneously heated and put under high-pressure to prevent from boiling and turning to steam.
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Biochemical: Aerobic, Anaerobic, Landfill gas collection (LFG), Biodiesel production, Ethanol production
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