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Is Ammonia a viable "clean" fuel ?

Is Ammonia a viable "clean" fuel ?

Is Ammonia a viable "clean" fuel ?

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maybe capture the "small" amount of CO2 ??

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RE: Is Ammonia a viable "clean" fuel ?

Combustion is OK, exhaust emissions aside, but toxicity is seen as a major issue for widespread adoption.

"Schiefgehen wird, was schiefgehen kann" - das Murphygesetz

RE: Is Ammonia a viable "clean" fuel ?

Yup... I understand that was the reason for CFCs... They didn't realise there were some down sides to it.

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