nitrous oxide

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Synonyms for nitrous oxide

inhalation anesthetic used as an anesthetic in dentistry and surgery

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1) Project name: Catalytic N2O Abatement Project in the tail gas of the Caprolactam production plant in Thailand
Inoculation with rhizobacteria could be efficiently used to improve growth and grain yield of corn, reduced fertilizer costs and reduced emission of the greenhouse gas, N2O as well as reduced leaching of NO3, N to ground water even when optimum levels of N fertilizer were applied.
Instead, we think it will be factors like greenhouse gases, N2O and methane.
The latter included significant amounts of the fertiliser product nitrous oxide, or N2O.
MKS also noted that the analyzer can speciate nitrogen oxide (NOx) and hydrocarbons, as well as quantify NH3 and N2O, which traditional analyzers do not monitor.
The electronics specialty gas N2O plays a crucial role in enabling the cost-effective development of next-generation ultra high definition (UHD) 3D TFT-LCD and OLED displays.
This CDM(1) project, which reduces N2O in the production process of caprolactam(2) (a raw material used to make nylon 6(3)) is being undertaken at a plant of Thai Caprolactam Public Co.
The Angelus Foundation website says, "The major risk of harm from N2O derives from its strong intoxicating effects and loss of bodily control.
For the past 400,000 years, changes in atmospheric N2O appear to have roughly paralleled changes in carbon dioxide CO2 and have had modest impacts on climate, but this may change.
They need N2O to breathe and you need it to power your spacecraft down the tunnels and attack the bugs.
Agriculture contributes about 20% of the world's global radiation forcing from CO2, CH4 and N2O, and produces 50% of the CH4 and 70% of the N2O of the human-induced emission.
Tenders are invited for Rate Contract For Processing Of New Medical Gas Cylinder And Refilling Of Medical Gases Including O2, Co2 And N2o
Using a modeling system that integrates global land-use change driven by multiple demands for land and that includes dynamic greenhouse-gas accounting, Melillo and his colleagues factored in a full suite of variables, including the potential of net carbon uptake from enhanced land management, N2O emissions from the increased use of fertilizer, environmental effects on carbon storage, and the economics of land conversion.
Alongside a look at CO2 and N2 reduction, the authors discuss O2, NO and N2O binding and reduction, activation of H2 and the oxidation catalysis of O2.
It will allow us to simultaneously measure CO2, CH4 and N2O concentrations as well as the isotopic composition of CO2 on air samples of only 1-2 ml at standard pressure and temperature, reducing the required sample size by one order of magnitude.