chemical warfare

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warfare using chemical agents to kill or injure or incapacitate the enemy

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Worldwide, chemical agents dominate the market for seed treatments, cornering an estimated share of 93.
In an environment with chemical agents, M88 detectors can be as critical as vehicle armor in protecting the lives of war-fighters.
In October, the newspaper reported 17 cases of US military personnel being injured by chemical agents.
With DTRA serving as the lead CTR agency for the United States, Parsons was awarded a prime contract under CTRIC II to support the removal of chemical agents from Syria, prepare the U.
Until the mid-1970s, human experimentation involving some 3,500 volunteers had been carried out at the Experimental Station Suffield as well as at the wartime Chemical Weapons Laboratory in Ottawa to assess the effects of chemical agents as well as to develop protective measures.
BEIRUT: At least four Hezbollah fighters are receiving treatment in Beirut after coming into contact with chemical agents in Syria, a security source told The Daily Star Monday.
Unfortunately they don't provide the same protection against chemical agents.
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We are making WMDtox available today in response to escalations in the Middle East and the very real threat that American soldiers will be confronted with chemical agents in the near future.
of New York Stony Brook; NYCOM, New York Institute of Technology) offer a text that takes a clinical approach and provides valuable information on five key areas: antidotes, biological agents, chemical agents, laboratory analysis, and radiation substances.
As part of the planning for an expanded effort related to chemical agents, the NIEHS and the National Institute on Neurological Diseases and Stroke co-sponsored, in FY 2005, an administrative supplement program to existing grants.
The Army is scheduled to begin disposing of chemical agents at a sixth site this spring.
The company completed construction of the $500-million-plus facility in November 2002, and has undergone extensive testing, or "systemization," leading to actual destruction of chemical agents.
The iron-DOPA complex then reacts with oxygen, forming highly reactive chemical agents called radicals, Wilker says.
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