2349.     MYDDLETON, W. W.  [Synthetic Internal-Combustion Motor Fuels.]  Chim. et ind., vol. 37, 1937, pp. 863-864; Chem. Abs., vol. 31, 1937, p. 5975.

        Brief discussion bringing out the superiority of the motor fuel, from the standpoint of its performance in the motor, produced by the British process (using water gas directly) over that produced by the Fischer process (using a gas mixture adjusted to a ratio of 2H2:1 CO).  The latter process could be improved by using Ni in place of Co, water gas in place of gases rich in H2, and by operating in several steps.