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More extensive retrogression - caused by even longer reaction times and lower concentrations of available hydrogen - would be expected to simplify product structures even more. Analogy with pyrolysis would suggest the further loss of alkanes, of complex phenols and of side chains from aromatic structures (3). Fine tuning of retrogression could be significant in refining the technological properties of a clean synthetic fuel. By this stage of retrogression, it may no longer be possible to discern dominant reaction pathways.

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