On January 7, 1913, William Meriam Burton received a patent for his cracking process to convert oil to gasoline.
Cracking is the number one process for the commercial production of gasoline. In 1913, thermal cracking was invented by William Meriam Burton, a process that employed heat and high pressures. Eventually, catalytic cracking replaced thermal cracking in gasoline production which is application of catalysts that create chemical reactions.
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