point for the discussion in Chapter 7, which focuses on eight specific RFG blends to illustrate the methodology of, as well as the advantages and problems associated with, using ozone-forming potential m evaluate the relative impacts of these blends. Appendix A contains biographical information on the committee. Appendix B contains a letter from Senator Richard G. Lugar suggesting that EPA establish a procedure m certify ethanol blends of RFG as equivalent m methanol blends based on ozone-forming potential. Appendix C presents the equation set for EPA's Complex Model of Phase II of the federal RFG program, and Appendix D presents motor-vehicle-emissions data evaluated by the committee.



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