What is the difference between biofuels and biobutanol?



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    Biobutanol is a biofuel, however it is advantageous in the sense that it can be mixed with current fuels, and is produced from existing crops such as sugar, corn, beets etc. which adds value to the crops for farmers. It has more energy than the leading biofuels when compared with gasoline as well so mileage per gallon is not compromised to great extents. It is also beneficial in that it will not affect manufacturing standards for automobile companies.

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