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Rust from ovens could be the key to making unlimited amounts of cheap fuel that could power anything, scientists have discovered.

A team used ceria, which forms when ovens are heated, to strip oxygen from water and carbon dioxide and leave them with the basics of a liquid fuel.

They said that potentially this fuel could be turned into cells which could power machines or converted into a natural gas for a generator.

The discovery raises the prospect of a very cheap power source being created from just sunlight, water and carbon dioxide, some of the most plentiful elements on Earth.

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