A comparison of diesel engine soot with carbon black 1 1 Presented at the 1997 UK Carbon Group meeti

@inproceedings{Clague1999ACO,
  title={A comparison of diesel engine soot with carbon black 1 1 Presented at the 1997 UK Carbon Group meeti},
  author={A. Derek H. Clague and J. B. Donnet and T. K. Wang and Jimmy C. M. Peng},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract A range of analytical techniques has been used to characterise the chemistry and morphology of a diesel-engine and an exhaust soot, and a comparison made with a selection of commercial carbon blacks. Significant differences have been observed in the chemical composition of exhaust and engine soots, particularly in their surface chemistry and the presence of adsorbed lubricant components on the engine soot. Both forms of soot differ from carbon black –particularly their elemental… CONTINUE READING

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