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As ever tougher regulations are enforced to lower the harmful pollutants emitted by vehicles, the next generation of catalytic converters must be developed to allow vehicle manufacturers to comply with these reduced emissions. The Hiden SpaciMS is helping researchers design new catalysts by providing spatially resolved maps of the reactions within the catalyst monolith.



Michael Harold, chairman of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will lead a $2.1 million project to find new catalytic materials for a more efficient engine.

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