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CHEMISTRY OF ENGINE OIL – AN IMPORTANT DESIGN PARAMETER

@inproceedings{Korcek2001CHEMISTRYOE,
  title={CHEMISTRY OF ENGINE OIL – AN IMPORTANT DESIGN PARAMETER},
  author={S. Korcek and M. D. Johnson and R. K. Jensen and Ford},
  year={2001}
}
The future stringent US emission standards to be introduced in 2004 will require the emission systems to operate consistently at very high efficiencies. This can be achieved only if catalyst contamination is substantially reduced. The most detrimental three-way catalyst contaminants are various phosphates originating from zinc dialkyldithiophosphates and their transformation products. The nature of these contaminants varies; most of them deactivate by blocking catalyst pores or promoting pore… Expand
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