Alumina carriers for automotive pollution control

Abstract : Transition aluminas help solving the problem of automotive pollution control. Their intrinsic advantages: chemical inertia, suitable porosity are found in the forms of pellets or washcoated monoliths, as well as one important drawback: thermal aging. This very important feature was studied, experimentally and theoretically; a model is proposed, and an answer found: stabilization.
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Crucq, André ; Frennet, Alfred. Catalysis and automotive pollution control. Proceedings of the first international symposium (CAPOC I), Brussels, September 8-11, 1986, 30, Elsevier, pp.275-300, 1987, Studies in surface science and catalysis, ISSN 0167-2991 ; Volume 30, 0-444-42778-3. 〈10.1016/S0167-2991(09)60429-8〉
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P. Nortier, Michel Soustelle. Alumina carriers for automotive pollution control. Crucq, André ; Frennet, Alfred. Catalysis and automotive pollution control. Proceedings of the first international symposium (CAPOC I), Brussels, September 8-11, 1986, 30, Elsevier, pp.275-300, 1987, Studies in surface science and catalysis, ISSN 0167-2991 ; Volume 30, 0-444-42778-3. 〈10.1016/S0167-2991(09)60429-8〉. 〈emse-00610517〉

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