Manganese Pollution in the City Environment and its Relationship to Traffic Density

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April 24, 2018 - 1:52pm

Critical Commentary

Due to the substitution of manganese instead of lead as a gasoline additive, soil samples around high density traffic areas in Newark have absorbed the manganese from the exhaust gasses of automobiles.* Therefore these compounds are polluting more than just the air quality of this city.

*Suspicion, not a hard fact.