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n.1.A portable apparatus for making soda water or aërated liquids on a small scale.
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Wood gas, also called gasogene or gazogene, was used to power motor vehicles in Europe.
Visitors learned about how the government guided local artisans to find and produce solutions to energy problems using vegetable oils, about efforts to cultivate cotton and jute, and about the placement of gazogenes in vehicles (CAOM, FM, 1/te1767, No.
1983, "Influence of Environmental Factors and Medium Composition on Vibrio gazogenes Growth and Prodigiosin Production," Appl.