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  Nitrite - Koi Club of San Diego
Nitrite, NO -N, measured in parts per million (ppm), is the second chemical measurement made to determine the "health" of the biologic converter.
A low nitrite reading combined with a significant ammonia reading indicates the ammonia-nitrite biologic converter action is not established, while a low ammonia reading with a detectable nitrite reading indicates that the nitrite-nitrate bacterial conversion activity is not yet working.
Source: Nitrite is produced by autotrophic bacteria combining oxygen and ammonia in the bio-converter and to a lesser degree on the walls of the pond.
www.koiclubsandiego.org /library/nitrite.php   (654 words)

  
 Drugs - Amyl, Butyl or Isobutyl Nitrite, Nitrates, Poppers
Amyl/butyl nitrite (poppers) is a powerful drug that can give you an almighty burst of dizzy energy for a couple of minutes.
The rush kicks in immediately, and for a few moments you'll feel like the bass drum has got inside your head, the lights have been turned up to a zillion watts and your heart is attempting a solo flight.
First produced in 1857 as a treatment for angina, amyl nitrite evaporates at room temperature.
www.urban75.com /Drugs/drugamyl.html   (664 words)

  
  Nitrite - Water Contaminates - Aquapure Filters
Nitrates are reduced to nitrites in the saliva of the mouth and upper GI tract.
The nitrite then oxidizes hemoglobin in the blood stream to methemoglobin, thus limiting the ability of the blood to carry oxygen throughout the body.
Nitrites are removed in the same manner as nitrates; reverse osmosis, anion exchange, or distillation.
www.aquapurefilters.com /contaminates/147/nitrite.html   (0 words)

  
  Nitrous Oxide and Nitrite Inhalants: Just Say N2O
Although butyl and the newer nitrites differ from amyl chemically, effects are roughly the same: a brief surge of dizziness and fluttering heart rate followed by sweating and flushing.
Nitrites are known for the speed and intensity of their effects: A nitrite rush is near-instantaneous, but fades almost as quickly, leading most users to inhale more -- and often, more and more.
Nitrites increase pressure in the nerves and blood vessels in the eyes, which may contribute to this blinding eye disorder.
www.doitnow.org /pages/142.html   (1706 words)

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