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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In WW1 were used gases with tearing agents in combination with the Mustard gases.
The three main gases in world war 1 was Mustard gas Ketchup Gas and mayonaisse gas they were used for sandwiches and had nothing to do with ww1 and flying unicorns.
Mustard, Chlorine, and Phosgene were the three main gases introduced by Germany in World War One.
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mustard gas and tear gas
None, nerve gases weren't used in WW1.
tanks, and gases
The weapons that were used in World War 1 were rifles, machine guns, revolvers, rockets, zeppelins, tanks, planes, artillery, many kinds of warships, gases, and torpedoes.
Yes, they were used to shoot shells of chemical gases into other trenches but other weapons used during World War 1 included Military Airplanes, Machine Guns, Tanks, and submarines
Notable ones were tanks and chemical warfare. 'Tanks' were named for that which they were disguised as - water tanks. Chemicals used in the First World War were gases that blinded, blistered, and killed (mustard and chlorine gases).
Mustard gas. carbondioxide
Bromide Phosgene Chlorine Mustard Adamsite Lewisite Hydrogen cyanide see Wiki article ;"Poison Gases of WW1"
The aircraft carrier was a new invention in World War I. The use of deadly gases was also a new invention in World War I.
Tanks, u boats, airplanes, faster machine guns, toxis gases.
Three that were used are phosgene, chlorine, and mustard gas.
Arsenic Was one of the main constituents of one of the gases used in the First World War. Lewisite was the chemical in question. It caused large water blisters on the affected skin. It was also a lung irritant.
The Germans, and the French used poison gas and other gases likePoison Gastear GasViolent fit of sneezingBut Poison Gas was mainly used in WWII.
World War One.
300,020 airplanes where used in world war 1
Yes it was used in World War 1 but it was stopped being used in World War 2
Because everyone was constipated from eating potatos and bread. No butter (unless you wanted to spank your specter). gay.
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