The Rise and Fall of Organometallic Additives in Automotive Gasoline

@inproceedings{Oudijk2010TheRA,
  title={The Rise and Fall of Organometallic Additives in Automotive Gasoline},
  author={Gil Oudijk},
  year={2010}
}
Refiners have used numerous gasoline additives since the 1920s to increase automotive performance and correct deficiencies. The history of organometallic additives, in particular lead-, manganese- and iron-containing compounds is discussed. Some of these additives can be helpful to environmental investigators for fingerprinting and age-dating leaded-gasoline releases. Knowing their history, investigators can decipher these releases more efficiently. 
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