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Volume 38, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

With new automobile emission standards going into effect in Europe, and even tougher standards ready for implementation in California and the rest of the United Stares, automotive emission control systems are required to perform even better, in the ongoing effort to reduce vehicle emissions. Catalyst manufacturers, in collaboration with vehicle producers, have spent several years on the research, design, development and testing of catalytic systems to meet the emission standards through to the end of this decade. This paper highlights key technical developments taking place in emission control catalyst technology.

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