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Could Carbon Monoxide Become the Next Medical Gas?

Could Carbon Monoxide Become the Next Medical Gas?

When inhaled in high concentrations, carbon monoxide can lead to serious health effects. However, when administered at low doses, it can promote tissue regeneration and reduce inflammation. Several studies have started shining a light on the possible clinical applications of this substance.

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How Greenhouses Can Use CO2 to Increase Yields by up to 30%

How Greenhouses Can Use CO2 to Increase Yields by up to 30%

Some greenhouse operators have found that adding some extra CO2 can boost plants’ yields by up to 30% with crops like peppers, cucumbers and grape tomatoes. Learn more about how enriching the air can boost the photosynthesis potential of all the plants in a greenhouse.

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History of Nitrous Oxide Gas

History of Nitrous Oxide Gas

Since its discovery in the 18th Century, nitrous oxide has served a variety of vital uses in both the agricultural and medical industries. Read more about the history of nitrous oxide gas.

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Compressed Air Best Practices

Compressed Air Best Practices

Compressed air serves a variety of uses from the medical fields to home improvement projects, and storing compressed air properly is essential to its proper functioning.

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Advantages of Nitrogen Gas in Tires

Advantages of Nitrogen Gas in Tires

Using nitrogen in your car’s tires provides several benefits (especially if you’re a racecar driver!), including better inflation, less maintenance, and more.

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Will Too Much Oxygen Hurt You?

Will Too Much Oxygen Hurt You?

Oxygen toxicity, also known as oxygen poisoning, is lung damage that is caused by breathing in too much extra oxygen. Oxygen toxicity is a risk for people who are using medical oxygen. Learn more about the symptoms of oxygen toxicity and more!

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