phosgene


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a colorless poisonous gas that smells like new-mown hay

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Ali Hassan Ammar, and told to use phosgene to attack a region north of Der that included the villages of Sheikh Miskeen, Hirak and Busr al-Harir.
The briefing noted that Germany's highly developed chemical industry had already created large stocks of mustard and phosgene gas, which were said to be on the move.
The new plant will make PC using a phosgene and dichloromethane-free process: before SABIC bought it GE Plastics had plans to make Lexan in China using a phosgene-free process, but in cooperation with PetroChina.
It will leverage SABIC's world-class advanced polycarbonate technology using phosgene and Dichloromethane free process.
Some of the more common constituents of smoke and fumes are cyanide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, phosgene, dioxin, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid, sulphuric acid, sulfur dioxide, ammonia, and a few hundred other nasty compounds.
Even the grills, doors and tiles from Phosgene, MIC and Sevin control room were not spared.
Written by Christianson, an author and investigative reporter with a particular interest in the history of imprisonment and gas chambers, this book explores in-depth the development of hazardous gases such as chlorine, phosgene, mustard gas, lewisite, hydrogen cyanide, and a variety of nerve agents.
If you get a choking feeling or a smell of musty hay, You can bet your bottom dollar that there's phosgene on the way, But the smell of bleaching powder will inevitably mean, The enemy you're meeting is the gas we call chlorine.
To prevent the Allies from capturing them, units buried the shells--containing chemicals including mustard gas, phosgene, and lewisite--in fields, lakes, and streams.
Under some conditions phosgene, a toxic gas used in World War I, can form in the bottle.
The stockpile includes between 2,500-5,000 tons of mustard gas, phosgene, blood agents, sarin, tabun and persistent nerve agents and can be delivered by long-range artillery, missiles, aircraft and naval vessels, it said.
Though there were plans for mass production and several field trials with different bomblet concepts, it was decided that it was no more economical than using phosgene.
The poison gas phosgene was first used in WWI at the battle of:
to prosecutors Thursday on suspicion of producing the poisonous gas phosgene without due notice to the government.
In 1999 he heard police were investigating Porton Down's tests of mustard gas, phosgene, chlorine, LSD and VX gas on 20,000 servicemen.