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PNNL is using a chemical conversion process called fast pyrolysis to turn woody plants into bio-based oils, called bio-oils, that can replace or supplement petroleum-based oils.

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Document Title: Fast pyrolysis bio-oil #3
Category: Unspecified
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: 2014
Background: Center beaker contains bio-oil. Right beaker contains the biomass feed stock, which is pine wood in this case. Left beaker contains char, a byproduct that is mostly made of carbon.
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