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    Laurence RE: " You don't have to project what market share was last year, there are new sales reports. " Great thanks I will use this.  RE: " With regard to electric vehicles, they currently have ~10% market share in California. For new vehicles, that beats the 7% (due to lower energy density) ...

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    Yeah! Magnesium burns, when flash bulbs did not exist, instant photography was done by ignition of Mg powder.  USSR built some tanks with Magnesium air cooled engines, soon, dissidents learned that throwing a Molotov cocktail in the fence over engine instantly sent it to flames. Salut +  ------------------------------ ...

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    I'd say as long as an engine burns fuel with air, having just 21% oxygen, the rest mostly Nitrogen, and not with pure Oxygen, some NOx will always result.  Salut + ------------------------------ Jose Gros-Aymerich, physician Retiree Madrid, Spain ------------------------------

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    I don't remember if external combustion engines, Steam, Stirling machines produce or not noticeable NOx amounts, but for sure lighting storms do generate NOx, people with chronic respiratory diseases worsen next to Diesel exhausts and during storms, this could be improved with the anti-oxidant N-Acetyl-Cysteine ...

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    Hi!: the energy content, in terms of volumen por weight, differs from one fuel to others. Among alcohols, and the Brazilian decision to produce ethanol from Sugar Cane came from army, before huge oil deposits were found, the author of motto in Brasil flag: 'Ordem e Progresso' -Order and progress,  advances-,  ...

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    If we were to produce biofuel to the point it would completely replace all fossil fuel (including coal and natural gas), it would have to be produced at the rate of about 245 million barrel per day (2015 figures) The world extracted, refined and consumed petroleum at a rate of 93 million barrel ...

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    @Amanda Hildabrand ​ Respected Amanda Madam, I think we all will be ready for this nice chat here in member connection. Thanks a lot. Regards, ------------------------------ Tarun Mehra Researcher ------------------------------

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