There was not a cry or a movement, such as one notes when nitrous oxide is administered.
These are ammonia, carbonic acid, nitrous oxide, and chlorine.
The thread of the history of nitrous oxide may be broken here.
Nitrous oxide, without the or, could properly be enclosed in parentheses.
When inhaled in the ordinary way, nitrous oxide gas induces exhilaration and narcotism, without asphyxia.
Carbonic acid gas and nitrous oxide; occasionally used in phthisis, by means of a bladder and mouth-piece.
The dinitroso acid slowly decomposes into sulphuretted hydrogen, nitrogen, nitrous oxide, and the heptanitroso acid.
Here, at the Pneumatic Institution, the nitrous oxide has evidently been of use.
I am not sure that it was correct, for the effects of nitrous oxide is, perhaps, due to a deprivation of mechanically mixed air.
A Mexican went into the office of a dentist in one of the Mexican cities to have a tooth extracted by nitrous oxide gas.