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Pollution control is one of important subjects in the world. Such pollution control by pulsed power is a promising method for the removal of NO/sub x/ and SO/sub 2/. Experimental results of NO/sub x/ removal by a repetitive pulsed power generator using an inductive energy storage system are described. The removal ratio of NO gas was measured by a gas analyzer and a laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) method. The NO gas, mixed with N/sub 2/ gas was removed up to about 100%, and the dependence of the removal ratio of NO gas on the shot number of pulsed power is in good agreement with results of computer simulation.