Through an easy process of fermentation, it is possible to transform corn into ethanol, which in turn can be combusted and used as a biofuel. Most of the carbon dioxide that is released during combustion is trapped and recycled to grow other crops. However, according to a University of Minnesota study, corn ethanol may be even worse for air quality than gasoline. The debate continues over whether corn proves to be an eco-friendly, efficient biofuel.
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