Fischer-Tropsch process

[fish-er-trohpsh, -tropsh] /ˈfɪʃ ərˈtroʊpʃ, -ˈtrɒpʃ/

noun, Chemistry.
a catalytic hydrogenation method to produce liquid hydrocarbon fuels from carbon monoxide.


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