U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology

April 10, 2014 by  
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United States Navy scientists claim they have successfully developed a method of converting seawater into jet fuel . Researchers at the Naval Research Laboratory developed a technology that extracts carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater and then converts these gases into a hydrocarbon liquid fuel. Sorcery you say? Well, the scientists haven’t just produced the fuel, they’ve also used it to power a miniature radio-controlled flying jet. Read the rest of U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , “sustainable energy” , carbon dioxide , catalyst , electrolytic cation exchange module , fuel , gas , hydrogen , internal combustion engine , jet fuel , liquid hydrocarbon , Naval Research Laboratory , NRL E-CEM , offshore oil rig , renewable energy , United States Navy

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