Nitro

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Nitro may refer to:

Chemistry[edit]

  • Nitrogen, a chemical element and a gas except at very low temperatures, with which many compounds are formed:
    • Nitro compound, an organic compound containing one or more nitro functional groups, -NO2
    • Nitroalkene, a functional group combining the functionality of an alkene and nitro group
    • Nitrocellulose, or cellulose nitrate, an extremely flammable chemical compound
    • Nitroglycerin, or glyceryl trinitrate, an explosive chemical compound
    • Nitromethane, a simple organic nitro compound with the formula CH
      3
      NO
      2
      • Nitro fuel, a fuel containing nitromethane and methanol
        • Nitro engine, an engine powered with nitro fuel used in some radio-controlled model cars, aircraft etc.

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Arts and entertainment[edit]

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Music[edit]

  • Nitro (band), an 80s metal band
  • "Nitro (Youth Energy)", a song by The Offspring from the album Smash
  • Nitro Records, an independent punk music record label

Radio[edit]

  • WMMS-HD2, an HD Radio digital subchannel (100.7-2 FM) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, United States, formerly branded Nitro

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Videogaming[edit]

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