Issue Date: August 26, 2013
The once-familiar scene of long lines of diesel trucks belching black smoke along roadways has largely faded as a result of demanding environmental legislation and the technology it has compelled. A good example is a recently commercialized copper-doped zeolite-based catalyst system that scrubs nitrogen oxides (NOx) from diesel exhaust, reducing the pollutant to trace levels.
That system may soon do an even better cleanup job now that researchers have identified copper-nitrosyl complexes as its key . . .
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