THE possibility of burning a liquid fuel with very great advantage in most circumstances as compared with a solid fuel has been so long recognised that it is astonishing the practice has not been more generally adopted. The success which has been gained in the last few years, however, will undoubtedly lead to a greatly extended use in the near future.
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BRAME, J. Liquid Fuel for Steam Purposes . Nature 66, 186–188 (1902). https://doi.org/10.1038/066186b0