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Title: Synthetic Motor Oils-Use, Experience And Economics
Author: Roy P. Dwyer
Source: American Gas Association 1975
Year Published: 1975
Abstract: The dictionary definition of a synthetic is something that is, artificial, not real, not genuine, not of natural origin. The meaning of the word implies a cheap or shoddy substitute, which may be the reason why most people turn a deaf ear when the word synthetic is mentioned. Actually, hundreds of items and products that we come into contact with and use each day are synthetics. The truth is, we ask for and demand synthetic products each day because of their superiority over so-called real or genuine items.