Nanoparticles in catalytic converters become part of a cheaper solution to pollution

Nanostellar’s introduction this past spring of NS-Gold, its catalyst based on metal alloy nanoparticles to reduce automotive emissions (see the June 25, 2007 LRNJ and the December 17, 2007 LRNJ), was the first in a wave of announcements of new nano-enabled catalysts. Nanotech has become a hot topic ...

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