Nitrous Oxide Aerosol Propellant
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- aerosol propellant, nitrous oxide and other infra-red absorbing gases, aerosols) re- inforce the warming.
- Rutgers New Brunswick/Piscataway Campus Center of Alcohol
- Fluorocarbons. Aerosol propellants. Chloroform, nitrous oxide.
- Drugs Alcohol
- aerosol propellants, nitrous oxide), nitrites (isoamyl, isobutyl, cyclohexyl); laughing gas, poppers, snappers, whippets.
- THE NEW ZEALAND M EDIC AL JO U R NAL
- Nov 11, 2005 commonly abused inhalants are solvents from adhesives, fuels, aerosol propellants, and nitrous oxide.
- Nitrous oxide
- Nitrous oxide can also be used in a monopropellant rocket. for use as a food additive (also known as E942), specifically as an aerosol spray propellant.
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- Nitrous oxide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The gas is approved for use as a food additive (also known as E942), specifically as an aerosol spray propellant.
- National Aerosol Association - About Aerosol
- A few products, about 10% of today's aerosols, use compressed gases like carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide as propellants.
- Packaging gases - E-NumberList
- nitrous oxide (E942), used for aerosol whipped cream canisters (see Nitrous oxide: Aerosol propellant). octafluorocyclobutane (E946).
- Nitrous Oxide - North America :: Chemical Economics Handbook
- Aerosol propellants are the third-largest application and second-fastest growing, is the largest consumer of nitrous oxide in aerosol propellant applications.
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