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If this were the case, we could remove NO from the exhaust of an engine with a carburetor adjustment, since the amount of NO produced is proportional to the free 0 2 or g. One method of simultaneous control of HC, CO, and NO* pollutions from the automobile is to try to maintain the engine combustion as near as possible at φ = 1, where the amounts of NO and CO are both small.

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