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Evaporation of fuel gas from the fuel tank of a gasoline vehicle into the atmosphere is strictly controlled by regulations because the gas includes materials highly toxic to human health. Therefore, vehicles are equipped with an evaporative loss control device, of which one of the major parts is a carbon canister filled with activated carbon. Evaporation of fuel gas into the air can be prevented by adsorption/retention in the activated carbon during parking and by desorption/combustion duringdoi:10.1627/jpi.54.136 fatcat:s7m5ckjyjfhnnkxyptsm57gdna