Nissan halves precious metal content in catalytic converter
This idea of catalyst thrifting is not unique to Nissan. It is also one of the keys to General Motors' efforts to increase the efficiency and lower the cost of their fuel cells. By creating a more uniform surface of the catalytic materials, less material can react more completely.
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