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Volume 19, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

In a paper presented to the American Chemical Society Symposium on Auto Emission Catalysts, held in Chicago in August, an investigation was described in which it was shown that, by careful selection of the position of the catalyst in the exhaust train and of the operating temperature, deterioration due to lead poisoning can be minimised. This article summarises the findings reported in the paper.

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