Where is the gas nitrous oxide used?
Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a mild anesthetic used by dentists.
It is Nitric Oxide, not nitrous oxide. Nitrous Oxide is laughing gas. Read More
Nitrous oxide is the inhalation anaesthetic used as an anaesthetic in dentistry and surgery. It is commonly known as "laughing gas". Read More
No, laughing gas is not Helium. Laughing gas is Nitrous Oxide. Read More
i think it is called nitrous oxide Read More
laughing gas is Nitrous Oxide. Fomula N2O. Read More
ANSWER: Nitrous oxide is commonly used by dentists as a mild sedative to keep the patient calm during lengthy dental work. It causes euphoria in the patient and some giggle and laugh. Thus the nickname of laughing gas. My dentist calls it happy gas. Read More
Nitrous oxide (N2O), commonly known as laughing gas, is a light sedative usually used in dentists' offices. Nitrous oxide is not commercially available as it can be used recreationally. Laughing gas will make you think anything is funny because it triggers a nerve or something. Read More
No. Nitrous oxide (NO) is an inorganic compound. Read More
Dentists use Nitrous Oxide (N2O), most commonly known as laughing gas. Read More
The chemical formula for Nitrous Oxide is N20 Read More
Music for Nitrous Oxide was created in 1919-08. Read More
water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. Read More
the melting pint of nitrous oxide is water. a.k.a h20 Read More
85,0g of nitrous oxide contain 3,861 moles nitrogen. Read More
Reactant gases in general include ammonia, methane, nitrous oxide etc. In photosynthesis, however, the reactant gas is carbon dioxide. It produces glucose in plants. Reactant gases in general include ammonia, methane, nitrous oxide etc. In photosynthesis, however, the reactant gas is carbon dioxide. It produces glucose in plants. Read More
Water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are the most important greenhouse gases. Read More
The chemical name for N2O is nitrous oxide. It is common called laughing gas. Read More
Nitrogen (N) is an element that in gaseous form is N2. N20 is a molecule called Nitrous Oxide and has the common name Laughing Gas. Read More
BArilium Nitrous Oxide Read More
Nitrous oxide is, in a manner of speaking, already burnt. Generally the term "burn" means to oxidize (combine with oxygen) by combustion. Under normal conditions, the gas isn't flammable. Nor is pure nitrogen. Nitrogen doesn't oxidize easily in any case, which is why our atmosphere is almost 80% free nitrogen. Read More
In a volkswagen VR6 gas engine what components could cause the car to discharge an excessive amount of nitrous oxide and fail emissions test?
Well one your engine does not produced nitrous oxide. Nitrous Oxide is a additive to make it go faster. I'm assuming your talking about Nox? or No? This is a gas that is produced in all cars called nox. One reason could be a EGR. A EGR recirculates exhaust gas back into the engine to burn it more which takes out some of nox. It could also be the seconday air pump. This pumps air… Read More
Motorz - 2010 Nitrous Oxide 2-11 was released on: USA: 15 May 2011 Read More
Oxygen, Nitrogen, Nitrous Oxide, Medical Air Read More
The answer is 1,258 moles. Read More
When you mix Nitric Acid HNO3 with Sulphamic Acid H3NSO3 you will get NITROUS OXIDE N2O , Sulphuric Acid H2SO4 and Water H2O Read More
The presence of oxygen creates combustion, creating an explosion meaning extra power. So by using nitrous oxide, there is more oxygen in the engine resulting in more power so the car goes faster. Read More
In the earliest surgical procedures, which made use of anesthesia, ether was used. Nowadays, there are literally dozens of different types of anesthetic gases that may be used depending upon the surgery performed, the patient's allergy (to medications) profile, among several factors. The most commonly used is nitrous oxide, or laughing gas. Read More
The chemical NO is nitric oxide. The better known chemical N2O is nitrous oxide (dinitrogen oxide). Read More
No. Nitrous oxide is the "dead body" of what could have been an ozone molecule, if water vapor had not gotten to the excited and unstable nitrogen and oxygen "free radical" first. The main threat is water vapor in that case. Read More
mercury, nitrous oxide, calcium carbonate Read More
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It is used in case where inhalation anesthesia is needed. Its always combined with oxygen in the air or sometimes with nitrous oxide Read More
Can a dental hygienist administer nitrous oxide and perform dental hygiene procedures on a patient who has also received a single dose sedative?
A dental hygienist may work on a patient who has taken a low dose of relaxant as described above and then requires nitrous oxide during the dental or dental hygiene procedure under the indirect supervision of a dentist. However, in this situation, the dentist must administer the nitrous oxide and also have a Minimal Sedation permit. This is from Oregon.gov Read More
SO2 or if it mixes with NO2 (nitrous oxide) it turns into acid rain Read More
How many grams of water will be produced if 32.0 g of nitrous oxide are also produced in the reaction?
26.20 Read More
238 L = 8.4 cu ft approx. Read More