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Nitrogen?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by suburbian bum, Nov 23, 2001.

  1. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Jan 30, 2001 Messages: 14,673 Likes Received: 3
    Me and my freind "aqqiured" some nitrogen. Its in a big green canister simular to what a large helium container would look like. It says nitrogen, non flamable on it. Is there anything fun we could do with it and what is it used for. And would we be able to find anyone interested in buying it. Thanks.
     
  2. dosoner

    dosoner Elite Member

    Joined: Jun 8, 2000 Messages: 3,735 Likes Received: 26
    NAME : Nitrous Oxide
    ALTERNATE CHEMICAL NAMES : Dinitrogen monoxide; laughing gas; hyponitrous acid anydride; factitious air.
    CHEMICAL FORMULA N2O
    MOLECULAR WEIGHT 44.01
    MELTING POINT - 90.81° C
    BOILING POINT760 - 88.46° C


    close enough
     
  3. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Apr 14, 2000 Messages: 17,017 Likes Received: 175
    no Dos, he said NITROGEN (N), nitrous oxide is NO2, totally different, and oxygen content, as a rule, makes things flammable
     
  4. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

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    oh, and if you huff a bunch of nitrogen, all you'll get is the bends, not a fun experience AT ALL
     
  5. dosoner

    dosoner Elite Member

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    yea, i know, but thats the closest thing i could find for a use for it, hence the "close enough" message i left at the bottom. im well aware that inhaling the shit would NOT be a good thing. inhalents really arnt very worth as it is.
     
  6. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    Yeah, i mean nitrogen, not nox. Anyone know what i could do with this?
     
  7. George Dubyah Bush

    George Dubyah Bush Senior Member

    Joined: Mar 26, 2001 Messages: 2,286 Likes Received: 0
    NITROgEN BOMB!! BLOW SHIT UP. BLOW UP YOUR NEIGHBORS CAT! IM RETARDED!


    YES! GWB
     
  8. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    it says nonflammable.....
     
  9. eyeBddub

    eyeBddub Member

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    Does that mean you shouldn't try anyways?
     
  10. dosoner

    dosoner Elite Member

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    "Personal as well as drug factors are involved when an individual takes his life while in a state of drug intoxication: not many people kill themselves while under the influence of LSD. Mr. A.’s history gives evidences of the development of withdrawal, a subtle type of social isolation, preoccupation with usually unconscious processes, and paranoid tendencies, all of which are consistent with serious psychopathology. These evidences, however, are suggestive rather than definitive. Mr. A. remained in school and acknowledged a future.

    Mescaline and LSD may be involved in Mr. A.’s death in two ways. The first involvement is in terms of whether the breakdown in repression and changes in personality integration were induced or facilitated by LSD. Such breakdown does occur without pharmacological assistance, but in Mr. A.’s case the process definitely was initiated during a drug session and facilitated by the use of these drugs.

    The second involvement of LSD is in terms of Mr. A.’s mental state immediately prior to taking his life. Although there may have been strong tendencies to self-destruction, these were held in check in the nondrugged state; he stayed in school and spoke of the future. His disrobing prior to taking his life indicates that major disintegration of psychological controls was present and that bizarre constellations could determine behavior. The circumstances strongly suggest that he would not have died at the time he did if he were not in a state of LSD intoxication"
     
  11. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

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    the leading cause of death among LSD users (while under the influence) is drowning...

    this is a fact I heard years ago, don't know if it's true, but I've never seen contradictions either.
     
  12. Cracked Ass

    Cracked Ass Veteran Member

    Joined: Oct 24, 2001 Messages: 7,898 Likes Received: 47
    OK, the scientist is here to clear things up.
    1. It's nitrogen, not nitrous oxide.
    2. Nitrous oxide is N2O. NO2 is nitrogen dioxide, a serious inhalation hazard (mixes with water to make nitric acid...in your lungs). Nitric oxide, NO, is also hazardous to breathe. N2O4 is dinitrogen tetroxide, which forms when NO2 is severely compressed or cooled (and will revert back to NO2 when released, as did a tanker of the stuff in Bogalusa, LA in '95). The other oxide of nitrogen is N2O5, I don't even remember what it's called.
    3. I would be bored to death with a tank of nitrogen. Chemically it's way too stable to have fun with. (In fact, you're breathing it right now. Most of air is nitrogen.) It puts out fires, doesn't start them. It's not even liquid nitrogen, which can be amusing.
    The only thing you can do with it, or any other compressed gas cylinder, is so dangerous as to resemble Russian roulette. In fact, I'm not even gonna suggest it.
    I'd put it back where you found it. If you know a shady welder, he might be interested in acquiring it, but not for any big money.
     
  13. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    Thanks cracked, hmm this is too bad. oh well...
     
  14. kaesthebluntedwonder

    kaesthebluntedwonder Elite Member

    Joined: May 16, 2000 Messages: 3,066 Likes Received: 1
    the bends are way way bad for you

    that's what happens to those deep sea divers if they come up to quick
     
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