Hazard and risk assessment of a nanoparticulate cerium oxide-based diesel fuel additive - a case study.

@article{Park2008HazardAR,
  title={Hazard and risk assessment of a nanoparticulate cerium oxide-based diesel fuel additive - a case study.},
  author={Barry Park and Ken Donaldson and Rodger Duffin and Lang Tran and Frank Kelly and Ian S. Mudway and Jean-Paul Morin and Robert Guest and Peter Jenkinson and Zissis Samaras and Myrsini Giannouli and Haris Kouridis and Patr{\'i}cia Mart{\'i}n},
  journal={Inhalation toxicology},
  year={2008},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={547-66}
}
Envirox is a scientifically and commercially proven diesel fuel combustion catalyst based on nanoparticulate cerium oxide and has been demonstrated to reduce fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions (CO(2)), and particulate emissions when added to diesel at levels of 5 mg/L. Studies have confirmed the adverse effects of particulates on respiratory and cardiac health, and while the use of Envirox contributes to a reduction in the particulate content in the air, it is necessary to demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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