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ceria fuel additive on the physicochemical properties of diesel exhaust particles †

@inproceedings{Zhang2016ceriaFA,
  title={ceria fuel additive on the physicochemical properties of diesel exhaust particles †},
  author={J. Zhang and K. Lee and Linchen He and J. Sei and ert and P. Subramaniam and Letao Yang and S. Chen and Pierce Maguire and G. Mainelis and S. Schwander and T. Tetley and A. Porter and M. Ryan and Munirah Sha and {\'E}r and S. Hu and Jicheng Gonga and Kian Fan Chungc},
  year={2016}
}
  • J. Zhang, K. Lee, +16 authors Kian Fan Chungc
  • Published 2016
  • Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke Durham, NC, USA. E-mail: junfeng.zhang@ Department of Chemistry and Chemical Bio USA National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperia Department of Environmental Sciences, Rut School of Public Health, Rutgers University Department of Materials, London Centre London, London, UK † Electronic supplementary informa 10.1039/c6em00337k Cite this: DOI: 10.1039/c6em00337k 

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