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Diesel oxidation NOx adsorption catalysts

Vieitez Calo, Sara;
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Abstract
Worldwide usage of diesel engines has been rising rapidly and, accordingly, more stringent emission standards are introduced to lower the concentrations of diesel exhaust pollutants. \ud NOx abatement is crucial, especially in diesel engines where controlling NOx is extremely difficult as oxygen is always in excess. The title and objective of this thesis arises from a novel approach, the diesel oxidation NOx adsorption catalyst (DONAC), where NOx is to be stored by a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC).\ud Supported platinum catalysts are the most used technology for diesel oxidation catalysts. Hence, the investigation of the oxidation properties of supported platin...
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