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Because of their high efficiency, diesel engines are very attractive as a method to reduce carbon dioxide in the environment, and so global warming. However, diesel engines also have some disadvantages; untreated, they tend to produce nitrogen oxides and particulate matter. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers investigate the use of catalysts and particulate filters for the reduction of diesel exhaust emissions.

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Document Title: Diesel Exhaust Emissions
Category: Energy Production and Conservation
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: Spring 2004
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