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Volume Fraction Determination of Ethanol in Splash-Blended Fuel Mixture

Using the MZ5 MIR Spectrometer for Ethanol Analysis

While electric vehicles are becoming more mainstream and are on the roadmap (if not production line) of every major car manufacturer, the use of traditional gasoline engines will have a place in society for decades to come. Two recurring concerns of using fossil fuels are cleanliness and efficiency; we want our fuels to have minimal impact on the environment but also want to get the most miles out of every gallon (and dollar).

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