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     Coal is converted into liquid motor fuel by carbonization, hydrogenation, and the water-gas reaction.  Alcohols from farm products and MeOH from hydrogenation of CO and from wood distillation also are used.  CH4, C2H6, C8H8, butanes, and city gas are used in compressed form in steel cylinders (3,000-4,000 p.s.i. pressure) in gas-driven motor vehicles.