Michigan Technological University researchers have developed a new process for making liquid methanol from methane, or natural gas. They say it could lead to greater commercial use of the plentiful gas. Synthetic fuel methanol is a good bet because it's liquid at room temperature. However, the existing methods for creating liquid methanol from natural gas are either expensive or untried, blocking their commercial development. David Hand of Michigan Tech's Dept. of Civil and Environmental ...

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