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July 21st, 2005
Smog Fight Aided by Self-Cleaning Elements
From catalytic converters to alternative fuels, the fight against big-city smog has for years been fought inside combustion engines and exhaust pipes.
Now, scientists are taking the fight to the streets by developing "smart" building materials designed to clean the air with a little help from the elements.
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