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The methodology is simple, cheap, and easily accessible.
- A preliminary study by scientists at Oxford University has opened the door to a greener way to travel.
- They were able to turn CO2 into jet fuel by using a combination of heated citric acid (Vitamin C), hydrogen, and a simple chemical catalyst.
- Although they were only able to produce a few grams of burnable fuel, it is hoped that their methodology will be improved over the coming months and years.
- Experts believe this to be the most promising alternative to jet fuel, as electric powered planes are still far from being viable or affordable.
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