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Researchers find new vehicle emissions to be deceptively clean
For years, automakers have been working to reduce pollutant levels coming out of motor vehicles' tailpipes. Secondary organic aerosol is a major component of atmospheric fine particles, which negatively affect the human body and the earth's climate. Overall, we found that new and stricter regulations for gasoline vehicle tailpipe emissions will not be that effective at reducing human exposure to secondary organic aerosol because of changing NOx levels, said Robinson.

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