biodiesel

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biodiesel

a fuel similar to diesel that is made from vegetable oil
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bi·o·die·sel

 (bī′ō-dē′zəl, -səl)
n.
A biofuel made by processing vegetable oils and other fats for use in a diesel engine, either in pure form or as an additive to conventional diesel fuel.
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biodiesel

(ˈbaɪəʊˌdiːzəl)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a biofuel intended for use in diesel engines
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biodiesel
biodiésel
biodizel
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Unlike other biodeisel corps microalgae does not require herbicides or pesticides [13], microalgae also produce beneficial coproducts such as proteins and residual biomass after oil extraction, which can be used as feed or fertilizer or can be fermented to produce ethanol or methane [14]; the oil yield, can be significantly increased by varying growth conditions to modulate biochemical composition of algal biomass [15].
El mayor incremento en el IP y el acelerado decaimiento del TI de la muestra de biodeisel expuesta a cobre, muestra como este metal es un gran iniciador para la oxidacion del biodiesel de palma en las codiciones elavaluadas.
Environmentalists also point to a change in Brazil's forest law, allowing 'controlled' exploitation of resources for biodeisel and fossil-free fuels: oil palm expansion could emerge as a threat--an additional 12 million hectares of palms could be required to account for new interest in palm oil as fuel.