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A Klein, Jet fuel made cheaply from plant waste, not coal, New Scientist, 24 August 2019, p 15

In China, the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics has derived a method of producing furfuryl alcohol from cotton stalks, forestry offcuts, sugar cane residue and other plant waste, and converting into JP-10 fuel at temperatures up to 250°C using catalysts in a technique more commercially friendly than using coal tar. 

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