1. News & Issues

Articles related to lead in gasoline

Lead Air Pollution - Environmental Issues - About.com
Dec 7, 2006 ... —The Bush administration may eliminate health standards for lead air pollution that keep the lead out of gasoline—and out of the ...
Classic Motorcycles and Gasoline - About.com
One example of this is the inclusion of lead (tetraethyl lead, or TEL) as an additive. Lead was added to gasoline in the early 20s to counter engine knock in high ...
Timeline of Gasoline and Fuel Improvements - Inventors - About.com
A timeline illustrating the history of gasoline from the first inventor to unleaded. ... were researched by Midgley, culminating in tetra ethyl lead being added to fuel.
Which Gasoline Should You Buy? - Chemistry - About.com
Many countries continue to use leaded gasoline, even though lead exposure has significant health and environmental consequences and the cost of switching ...
Gasoline & Octane Ratings - Chemistry - About.com
Tetraethyl lead, Pb(C 2 H 5 ) 4 , was one such agent, which was added to gas at the rate of up to 2.4 grams per gallon of gasoline. The switch to unleaded ...
Air Quality: What is the Difference between Diesel, unleaded and ...
Nov 15, 2006 ... Answer all 3 are hydrocarbons, so all 3 produce the same types of pollutants, except leaded gas. Gasoline does not contain Tetraethyl lead, but ...
Will Higher Taxes on Gasoline Lead to Higher Government Spending?
An examination of the "starve the beast" phenomenon of taxation and government spending, in relation to gasoline taxes.
Should Ethanol Fuel Content Be Increased? - Auto Repair - About.com
Will ethanol hurt my older engine designed for leaded gas? Not to worry, ethanol burns cooler than straight gasoline helping to keep the valves cool. This is the ...
The Low-Down on High Octane Gasoline - Auto Repair - About.com
... have to on higher priced fuels? Let me tell you a few things about gasoline then. ... A heavy or persistent knock can lead to engine damage. Is All "Premium" Or ...
Ethanol As A Fuel - Auto Repair - About.com
The only reason ethanol is suspected is that in many states it is the only gasoline component other than lead that has an identifying label. In North Dakota, New ...
1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10      Next

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.