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How effective are catalytic converters?

How effective are catalytic converters? Many people around the world began to think about the fact that production and various things pollute our environment. And one of those things is there are more than a billion cars in the world, and every automobile pollutes the external environment of the world. And so scientists have created a part that can reduce pollution, and its name is a catalyst. It is catalytic converters that help the world save a huge amount of fresh air and prevent such massive pollution. But how do catalysts purify harmful emissions and play the role of a large filter in the vehicle? The answer lies within the catalysts themselves, thanks to the precious metals that are inside the catalyst. Forming a certain structure inside the catalyst, reactions occur that filter all gases. Inside this part are materials such as platinum, palladium, and rhodium, they perform such an important task. Therefore, thanks to scientists who think every day about how to save the plane

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What chemical reactions happen in a catalytic converter?

What chemical reactions happen in a catalytic converter? In the world, at the moment there are billions of cars, and humanity is well aware that these automobiles pollute the external space very much. And to avoid serious consequences, mankind has invented catalysts that filter exhaust gases. A vehicle can't run on fuel unless it emits exhaust because the reaction inside is fast and needs to go somewhere. And so a catalyst was invented so that the exhaust would not just fly into clean air. And inside the catalyst, simple reactions occur, which are a catalytic converter reaction to exhausts, and then oxidation reactions occur.  But there are also disadvantages because catalyzes exhaust also affects our planet. CO2 enters the air, which comes out after the processing of exhaust catalysts. And carbon dioxide is just as bad for our environment, but not as bad as just-auto exhaust. The main problem is due to the engine because it is after the engine has processed the fuel that a reac

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What comes out of a car’s exhaust pipe?

What comes out of a car’s exhaust pipe? Cars are a very serious mechanism, which is connected by every part to each other as if it were a Swiss watch. And in order to work properly, people need to adhere to cleanliness and order in the automobile, but there is a problem with which the world has been struggling for more than one year. These are the exhaust and harmful gases of the car that comes from the processing of fuel inside the engine. A mix of different gases flies out and seriously pollutes our world because it is these gases that enter the air that all people in the world breathe every day. And there are billions of autos in the world, so if every car emitted these gases, there would be no clean air. That is why the catalyst was invented to simply solve the problem. Because, for example, a car silencer will not help in any way in solving the concern. But the catalyst, which is currently present in almost every car, can help the world avoid a terrible fate. And at the moment

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How do autocatalysts help the environment?

How do autocatalysts help the environment? In our world, many people are beginning to understand that the amount of various pollution is only growing every day. And one of the most polluted things in our air is the vehicle. Therefore, large companies decided to create a part that will cope with the exhaust of a billion cars around the world.  Because polluting gases emanating from cars exacerbate the situation every day. It is thanks to catalysts that humanity can use pollution controls. And at the moment, almost all cars have catalysts from different companies that are made of different materials. For example, palladium, rhodium, ceramic, and so on. Thanks to all these materials, the catalyst plays the role of a large filter that most effectively performs its function of cleaning our external environment. And a lot of people simply don't know that the number of harmful elements coming out of cars exceeds all norms. And they simply sell their catalysts without thinking about the

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