Mustard Gas (Yperite) was first used by the German Army in September 1917. It had disastrous affect on humans who were exposed to this dangerous vapor. Mustard gas is a strong compound that causes blisters. Choosing the right safety gear like gas masks would help protect oneself from Nuclear, Chemical & Biological agents
Mustard gas was used in chemical warfare as early as World War I by Germans and as late as the Iran-Iraq War in 1980-1988. Sulfur mustard is a thick liquid, which was made for use as a chemical weapon.
The sulfur mustards, of which mustard gas is a member, are a class of related vesicant chemical warfare agents with the ability to form large blisters on exposed skin. In their pure form most sulfur mustards are colorless, odorless, viscous liquids at room temperature. The name "mustard" comes from the smell associated with impure mustard gas, which is usually yellow-brown in color and has an odor resembling mustard plants, garlic or horseradish.
Warfare using mustard gas and chlorine gas.
Before the invention of the mustard gas, was was fought using tear-inducing irritants, while after the invention of mustard gas, war was fought using chemical weapons.
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Tear Gas and Mustard Gas
The Geneva Protocol of 1925 banned the use of gas weapons including mustard types. It was further banned by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993.
Chemical Cocktail refers to the combination of chemical compounds that exist in the environment
Mainly Mustard Gas.
they are yuseous chemical compound's that are highly toxic to humans
blistering-mustard-agent(mustard gas), V.X.-nerve-agent, sarin-nerve-agent.
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Mustard gas, smoke bombs.
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signs and symptoms of mustard gas
No, its called 'mustard' gas because it has a yellow colour.
Mustard Gas was a blister agent.
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Mustard Gas was introduced into warfare in September of 1917.
This is the mustard gas (C4H8Cl2S).
A chemical agent that attacks the skin and eyes, mustard gas is one of the best known and most potent chemical weapons. It causes severe blisters and, if inhaled, can damage the lungs and other organs. It is usually disabling-sometimes gruesomely so-but not fatal. Unlike other chemical agents, mustard gas does not produce immediate effects; symptoms of exposure appear one to six hours later. This makes mustard gas especially insidious, as victims can suffer tissue damage before they even realize they need treatment. Mustard gas also attacks a cell's DNA, increasing the risk of cancer and birth defects. Mustard gas is a blister agent, which limits its appeal as a weapon because it is less likely to prove deadly than nerve agents like sarin and VX. But depending on the level of exposure, mustard gas can also leave victims with more lasting injuries.
It was called 'Mustard Gas'.
Yes It's called mustard gas antidote. Google it if you wish.
Any link between mustard gas and table salt.