Nano-enabled catalysts make it into 2010 model year cars, but whither the price of platinum?

Mazda's nanotechnology-enabled automotive catalyst debuted in the first week of December in the 2010 Mazda3 at the Motor Show di Bologna, and Nissan introduced its own nano-enabled catalyst in the 2010 Cube last month in Japan. Announced in October 2007, Mazda calls its catalyst structure with indiv...

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