Sulphur saver

Knight, Helen
July 2003
Engineer (00137758);7/11/2003, Vol. 292 Issue 7631, p16
Reports that researchers at the University of Michigan are investigating molecular sieves, adsorbent materials that they claim will significantly reduce sulphur levels in petrol, diesel and aircraft fuel. Development of the materials from either copper or silver ions; Materials' strong bond with sulphur compounds when added to fuel during the refining process.


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