The original seems dated now, but it all started here, from the unstoppable Diesel/Walker combo right down to the nitrous boosts.
Campbell is quoted saying “nitrous oxide can explode on its own.”
One distributor the office is tracking is reportedly raking in more than $60,000 on the bulk sale of nitrous.
As a drug, nitrous is among many forms of inhalants, including solvents and gasoline, that people use to alter the mind.
nitrous oxide, otherwise known as laughing gas, gives one an exhilarating feeling while operating as an anesthetic.
The nitrous acid dissolves copper with most rapidity, producing nitrous air.
Tanned leather is best cleaned with nitrous acid and salts of lemon diluted with water, and afterwards mixed with skimmed milk.
The sulphuric acid used should also be completely freed from nitrous vapors.
The roof was clustered with nitrous drops and the floor was slippery with moisture.
In many cases Morton has used the nitrous oxide gas with the best results.
c.1600, from Latin nitrosus, from nitrum (see nitre). Originally "of nitre, pertaining to nitre;" more precise use in chemistry (designating a compound in which the nitrogen has a lower valence than the corresponding nitric compound) is from 1780s. Nitrous oxide attested from 1800.
nitrous ni·trous (nī'trəs)
Of, derived from, or containing nitrogen, especially in a valence state lower than that in a comparable nitric compound.
Containing nitrogen, especially nitrogen with a valence of 3. Compare nitric.