- n the radical -NO2 or any compound containing it (such as a salt or ester of nitrous acid)
- A kind of poor man's cocaine, isobutyl nitrite is known to users as a "popper" because its effects are similar to those of its restricted chemical cousin, amyl nitrite.
- To eight he gave three to five grains of sodium nitrite every two hours.
- Sodium nitrite is allowed in minute quantities as a preservative for meat, but its use in fish processing is illegal.
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- Glendale water quality ranks high
Thanks to blending, limits on pollutants remain below state standards. FILE PHOTO: Ruben Gomez, a water quality technician, runs tests on drinking water at Glendale's Grandview Pump Station Thursday, July 16, 2009. The major tests are for total and free chlorine, nitrite, nitrate and amonia.
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