No, not that kind...
If you are a regular user of Cyano Acrylate glues, otherwise known CA as Super Glue, it's likely that you do.
One of the biggest problems involving gassing is that it might not show up until a day or two after you've made your joint. This can be fixed if you can get to the joint. I avoid using CA to close up cabin spaces on boats or airplanes, because gassing may not appear for quite some time and it may be amplified in small enclosed spaces, possibly frosting windows to an extent that blocks vision. This can be "visually fatal" to an otherwise impressive interior space.
|If I used CA glue to close this up, Happie would have been miserable|
and I would have been devastated.
|Using a non-gassing glue made Happie happy.|
...relief from gas can be found on your grocery store shelf...