Scientists from South Korea have created bacteria that produce gasoline

Scientists from South Korea have engaged in innovative development. They created a separate group of genetically modified bacteria that are able to produce gasoline as one of the constituent substances of the currency. When this bacterium, like most others, is fueled by glucose.

The first experiments gave the results: obtained 58 mg of fuel from one liter of a mixture containing a suspension of the bacteria and nutrient material. The quality of the fuel is no different from that, which is filled machines at petrol stations, however, there are some differences. Previously, in 2010, U.S. scientists have created a biodiesel fuel.

At the moment petrol is obtained through rectification and selection of certain oil fractions, which are differentiated in the temperature range.

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