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Subject Category
P Natural Resources, Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Scope Note
Use for materials which are used for the purpose of releasing energy; For the use of wood as a source of energy USE fuelwood; For the living or dead vegetation that can be ignited USE fuels (fire ecology).
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Broader Term
energy resources
Narrower Term
alcohol fuels
alternative fuels
clean fuels
diesel fuel
fossil fuels
fuel oils
hydrogen fuels
liquid petroleum gas
nuclear fuels
refuse derived fuels
synthetic fuels
Related Term
fuel combustion
fuel production
smoke point
synthetic products
wood chemical industry
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