Protoxide D' Nitrogen (Nitrogen Protoxide)

Nitrous oxide, also known as narcotic gas, is a colorless, non-flammable, slightly sweet-smelling gas at room temperature. It is used in surgeries due to its anesthetic effect. It is also called "laughing gas" because of its nervous relaxation and relaxing effect when inhaled in a small amount. It supports combustion like oxygen gas.

Usage Areas

Anesthetically in operations
To increase engine power in racing cars
As propellant in aerosols

How is it made?

When ammonium nitrate is heated precisely and in a controlled manner, it decomposes into nitrous oxide and water vapor.