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In this study, selective catalytic reduction (SCR) reaction was performed using liqufied petroleum gas (LPG) as a reductant for removing NOx. The catalysts were manufactured with different amounts of Cu and Fe supported on HZSM-5 in order to remove NOx. The NOx conversion ratio was studied with changing the temperature and the catalyst amount. The catalysts were manufactured by calcination with flowing the ambient air at
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