Poly(oxymethylene) Ethers: Potential Diesel Fuels with Low Sooting Tendencies

Junqing Zhu, Fan Liang Chan, Thomas D. Foust, Stephen Lucas, Matthew J. Montgomery, Lisa D. Pfefferle, Kenneth F. Reardon, Bret C. Windom & Charles McEnally
Presentation given at the 2020 Virtual AIChE Annual Meeting, November 17 2020.
Soot has been identified as the second largest source of climate change after CO2 and it contributes to ambient fine particulates that cause millions of deaths worldwide each year. Diesel engines are a major contributor to total soot emissions because diesel fuels have high sooting tendencies. Poly(oxymethylene) ethers (POMEs) are biomass-derived sustainable diesel fuels reported to have low soot emissions from engines. The structures...
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