TetraEthyl Lead Molecule

TetraEthyl Lead Molecule

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Caption: Computer generated stick molecule of tetraethyl Lead, which was formerly added to gasoline to improve performance and reduce engine knock. TEL in automotive fuel was phased out starting in the U.S. in the mid-1970s because of its cumulative neurotoxicity.

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