The proposal to encourage the use of power alcohol made from farm crops grown in the Continental United States, as an aid to agriculture, is not new. Since the last consideration, something more than ten years ago, anhydrous ethyl alcohol has become commercially available. This development makes it feasible to use alcohol-gasoline mixtures. The power alcohol project is thus placed upon a new basis and is worthy of a new consideration.
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Christensen, Leo M.; Hixon, R. M.; and Fulmer, E. I.
"Alcohol Motor Fuels,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 41(1), 168-169.
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