volume 159, issue 7, P2295-2311 2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2012.03.002
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Abstract: With regard to the importance of butanol as a potential replacement or additive to fossil transportation fuels, a detailed understanding of butanol combustion chemistry is desirable. Routes to different isomers of butanol from biomass are becoming available, and it is known that the structure of fuel molecules can be of crucial importance with respect to the intermediate species pool and the nature and amount of potential pollutants, including regulated air toxics. Quantitative major and intermediate species p…

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