How Much Platinum Is in a Catalytic Converter?

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A catalytic converter is a device that is used to reduce the toxicity of emissions from an internal combustion engine. There are between 1/10 and 1/4 ounce or 3 and 7 grams of platinum in each standard catalytic converter.
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hi about how platinum ther is in a catalytic converter.it all depend of the model and the size.however the price of platinum in june 2009 is around 1259.us$now,not 7300us like i seeon
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A universal catalytic converter can cost about $100. Exact fit converters cost considerably more.
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Less than a tenth of a troy ounce is required per converter. ChaCha again!
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In order to extract the platinum from within a catalytic converter, the converter must be removed completely from the vehicle. Most catalytic converters simply bolt on to a vehicle's
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