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Although it is well established that soils are the dominating source for atmospheric nitrous oxide (N2O), we are still struggling… Expand Unwelcome Dominance Stratospheric ozone is depleted by many different chemicals; most prominently, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs… Expand Nitrous oxide (N(2)O), a potent greenhouse gas, can be emitted during wastewater treatment, significantly contributing to the… Expand Atmospheric nitrous oxide concentrations have been increasing since the industrial revolution and currently account for 6% of… Expand In 1995 a working group was assembled at the request of OECD/IPCC/IEA to revise the methodology for N2O from agriculture for the… Expand This analysis is based on published measurements of nitrous oxide (N2O) emission from fertilized and unfertilized fields. Data… Expand Nitric oxide was identified as the relaxing factor derived from the endothelium in 1987. Nitric oxide synthesis allows the… Expand METHANE and nitrous oxide are long-lived, radiatively active trace gases that account for ∼20% of the total anticipated… Expand The percentage of soil pore space filled with water (percent water-filled pores, % WFP), as determined by water content and total… Expand In 1945 the authors reported the determination of cerebral blood. flow in man by the use of nitrous oxide in low concentration, a… Expand