At 11:21 AM 6/2/99 -0700, Eugene Leitl wrote:
>Ethanol, yes. Hydrocarbons, no, at least not at room temperature.
>Burning ethanol in a fuel cell is less desirable because it is more
>difficult to synthesize than methanol (the latter being readily
>available from synthesis gas).
>Try http://www1.mhv.net/~hfcletter/ , or
Thank you. Although the links still seem to be talking 'reforming' rather than using the methane directly. I guess reforming methane loses much less energy than, say, reforming gasoline. We are getting there, little by little.