chemical warfare

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

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According to a July 14, 1994, letter from the Chemical and Biological Defense Establishment to the Pentagon's Lieutenant Colonel Vicki Merriman, "there was no evidence of any chemical warfare agent being present" in the Persian Gulf.
manufacturing plant for X-ray and a range of chemical warfare detection systems.
Natural PTE, however, works against only one of the two molecular forms of these chemical warfare agents, and it happens to be the less toxic form.
What makes this book so curious is the inaccuracy of its assertion that the origins of chemical warfare lies with Dundonald.
Due to its diverse definitions, accuracy, and clear presentation, the Historical Dictionary of Nuclear Biological, and Chemical Warfare is a recommended reference that deserves to be perused on a regular basis.
The United States also knows that Syria has long had a chemical warfare program.
The horrific tests took place at the Ministry of Defence's chemical warfare plant at Porton Down in Wiltshire.
Evans claims to reveal that Britain has conducted the longest-running programme of chemical warfare experiments in the world at the site with devastating effects, both psychological and physical, on its human guinea pigs.
The LCD protects troops in the field by constantly sampling the air for the presence of chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals.
The Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical Warfare is an occasion to reflect upon the terrible toll of these weapons and to pay tribute to those who suffered.
Washington, Oct 14 (ANI): Researchers have found that exposure to the chemical warfare agent sarin can lead to heart dysfunction.
Mass spectra of designer drugs; including drugs, chemical warfare agents, and precursors; 2v.
Cochrane devised the concept when the British Navy blockaded the bottled French fleet, embarking on a lifelong quest to gain acceptance for the use of this early form of chemical warfare.
Researchers might be able to tailor such a top layer to detect certain molecules--say, those of a chemical warfare agent--to create a portable chemical sensor the size of a PalmPilot, adds Porter.
5 million cleanup project on the site of a World War II-era chemical warfare storage yard turned up concrete slabs, but no hazardous materials, officials said Monday.
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