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Amyl Nitrite

amyl nitrite. –noun Pharmacology.

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IDENTIFICATION. Amyl Nitrite is a yellowish liquid with a strong, fruity odor.
T. Lauder Brunton and amyl nitrite: a Victorian vasodilator
on amyl nitrite appeared in 1859, the year he became assistant in chemistry at medical applications of amyl nitrite was undertaken by.
AMYL NITRITE
Amyl nitrite is a vasodilator, meaning it dilates blood vessels. Amyl nitrite was discovered in 1857 and was used for a variety of medical applications.
AMYL NITRITE INHALANT, USP
James Alexander brand of. AMYL NITRITE. INHALANT, USP.
AMYL NITRITE (Vaporole®)
AMYL NITRITE (Vaporole®). Classification: Ë Coronoary Vasodialator. Ë Cyanide poisoning adjunct.

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The Secret World of Dr. Arnold Klein
From Page 9: “Klein opened the package in Pfeiffer's presence and Mr. Pfeiffer discovered that the 'medication' was amyl nitrite—'prescription poppers' Klein wanted to use during sex, as Klein told Mr.
The Guard shows what's so funny about the black Irish
Fionnula Flanagan gives fine support as Gerry's mother, still sharp enough in her last days to ask for a share of any illicit coke recovered by her son's drug-busting exploits, or some amyl nitrite to lift her flagging spirits.

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Amyl nitrite is the chemical compound with the formula C5H11ONO.
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