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1) Xylyl bromide-Lachrymatory, toxic

2) Chlorine - Corrosive. Lung Irritant

3) Phosgene - Irritant - Skin and mucous membranes. Corrosive, toxic

4) Benzyl bromide - Lachrymatory (lacrimatory: relating to or prompting tears)

5) Chloromethyl chloroformate - Irritant - Eyes, skin, lungs

6) Trichloromethyl chloroformate- Severe irritant, causes burns

7) Chloropicrin - Irritant, lachrymatory, toxic

8) Stannic chloride -Severe irritant, causes burns

9) Ethyl iodoacetate-Lachrymatory, toxic

10) Bromoacetone-Lachrymatory, irritant

11) Monobromomethyl ethyl ketone- Lachrymatory, irritant

12) Acrolein-Lachrymatory, toxic

13) Hydrogen cyanide (Prussic acid)-Toxic, Chemical Asphyxiant (Asphyxiant-Gas or vapor that can cause unconsciousness or death by suffocation due to lack of oxygen.)

14) Hydrogen sulfide (Sulphuretted hydrogen)-Irritant, toxic

15) Diphenylchloroarsine-(Diphenyl chlorasine)-Irritant/Sternutatory (Sternutatory-causing or having the effect of sneezing)

16) A-Chlorotoluene (Benzyl chloride) - Irritant, lachrymatory

17) Mustard gas (Bis(2-chloroethyl) sulfide)-Vesicant (blistering agent), lung irritant

18) Bis(chloromethyl) ether (Dichloromethyl ether)-Irritant, can blur vision

19) Ethyldichloroarsine-Vesicant-a chemical agent that causes blistering

20) N-Ethylcarbazole- irritant

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Q: What gases were used in World War 1?
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How were poison gases used in world war 1?

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In WW1 were used gases with tearing agents in combination with the Mustard gases.


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What was the effect of Germans using deadly gases in World War 1?

They died


What new inventions were there in World War 1?

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