sing real particulate matter to evaluate combustion catalysts for irect regeneration of diesel soot filters

@inproceedings{Ramdas2015singRP,
  title={sing real particulate matter to evaluate combustion catalysts for irect regeneration of diesel soot filters},
  author={agini Ramdas and Ewa Nowicka and R. Jenkins and David R. Sellick},
  year={2015}
}
The particulate produced by internal combustion engines has a complex composition that includes a large proportion of porous soot within which condensed and adsorbed organic molecules are trapped. However, many studies of the catalytic combustion of particulate are based on the assumption that commercially produced carbon can be used as a reliable mimic of engine soot. Here we show that soot removed from a diesel particulate filter is rich in the polyaromatic molecules that are the precursors… CONTINUE READING

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