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Oxygenates in Automotive Exhaust Gas: Estimation of Levels of Carbonyls and Noncarbonyls in Exhaust from Gasoline Fuels.
NTIS: PB 212 600 :27 pages
The Bureau of Mines has developed analytical methods, primarily gas chromatographic, for measurement of exhaust oxygenates produced from selected simple fuels. The resulting data were used to estimate levels of carbonyls and noncarbonyl oxygenates in exhaust from gasoline fuels. Estimated noncarbonyl oxygenates in gasoline exhaust may comprise as much as 30 percent of total oxygenates which include unsaturated carbonyls and noncarbonyls believed to be significant potential pollutants. Work done under an agreement with the coordinating research council, air pollution research advisory committee.
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NTIS: PB 212 600
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