what can go wrong if you use chorline and mustard gas in the wrong way?
Germany introduced mustard gas, and they were also the first ones to use it.
They might have
Mustard gas was used to disable the enemy forces. the results were blindness, injury, or death by suffocation
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.
The 2 main ones were mustard and chlorine gas. mustard would make you blind and chlorine was worse it would burn your lungs.
Actually mustard is NOT made of pickle seeds, Mustard is actually made from Mustard seeds! The flower mustard lets of seeds and you use them to make mustard. that was a very odd question for you to have asked but don't worry i know what you mean. and please don't get me wrong It was a VERY good question!
Because it disabled the enemy and pre-occupied their medics.
Germany's use of Mustard gas in WW1 is the commonly listed event. [Note: Not mustard gas. Chlorine gas. At Ypres in France, April 22, 1915. And this is just the first large-scale instance in Modern times of poison gas.]
they were first used in the Vietnam war by Americans because of the use of agent orange. >Gas mask's first wide use was during WW1 when Mustard gas was used by the Germans .
It was a weapon. Weapons are used in wartime quite a lot.
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… Read More
In World War 1, we begin to see the first use of poision gas use. The Germans used chlorine and mustard gas to clear trenches of the Allied forces.
Yellow mustard is a prepared mustard. Dry mustard, or mustard flour is not prepared mustard.
The use of poison gas such as chlorine gas or mustard gas. First by Germany at the Battle of Ypres. Led to the invention and use of gas, gas masks, etc. by both the entente and the alliance.
Mustard gas or 1,5-dichloro-3-thiapentane is a yellow-green substance that has been used during chemical warfare since 1917. It gets its popular name from the odour it gives off in its impure gaseous state, similar to that of mustard or horseradish. However, in its pure form, mustard gas has neither odour nor colour, and is a liquid. It was first used as a weapon at Flanders during WWI and has been used in numerous conflicts since… Read More
Mustard gas and chlorine gas. /// i believe those gasses were used in ww1 it was against the Geneva convention to use gas in ww2
Yes, regular yellow mustard (the kind used on hotdogs etc..) is the same as prepared mustard. It really means the same thing. They just use the term prepared mustard so you know that you can't use dry mustard.
The use of mustard gas in World War One was a terrible and inhumane weapon. Gas masks were the best protection soldiers had to avoid breathing in this gas.
Mainly by destroying the lungs and eyes of the opposing forces on the battlefield.
Average English mustard - but it is stronger than wholegrain mustard so use it in smaller quantities than you would with wholegrain mustard.
Nitrogen mustard is used in chemotherapy. It also has the potential to be a weapon of terror so its manufacture and use is closely monitored. Nitrogen mustards can be clear, pale amber, or yellow colored when in liquid or solid form. The yellow mustard color accounting for its designation as "mustard." It is not the mustard gas that was used in WWI. It is a man made substance and liquid at room temperature.
probably not you have a gas line leak
Yes, dry mustard and ground mustard are actually one and the same.
You can use dry mustard as a substitute for mustard seeds. It may alter the flavor. You can easily use this substitution for making number of delicious recipes.
People use mustard oil because it gives flavours
In the beginning of the war, only the Axis used poison gas (mustard gas was the first kind to be used), but by the end of the war, both sides used poison gas as a weapon.
In WW I, the first poison gas used was chlorine. This is only moderately poisonous. Later they developed mustard gas and phosgene which are much worse.
Soldiers in the trenches got gas masks after the need became apparent. Chlorine gas was first used by the Germans on April 22, 1915. Mustard gas was used in 1917. 30,000 died from the gas and 50,000 troops were injured because of gas use. Gas masks did not work with mustard gas because that burns the skin. Here is a first hand account of gas warfare. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/gas.htm http://chemicalweapons.cenmag.org/when-chemicals-became-weapons-of-war/
you use stain remover to get the mustard stain out
mustard gas, and several different types of rifles, also airplanes and submarines.
brown mustard seeds (very close) OR yellow mustard seeds
Yes, you can use prepared mustard instead of prepared yellow mustard. Each brand and type of mustard may have a slight to great degree of difference in taste and could have an impact on the taste of the finished product.
Yes. Ground and powdered are synonyms. The terms are used interchangably. So ground mustard is powdered mustard.
To protect the soldiers against gas attacks. Mustard gas was very nasty and burned the lungs, killing soldiers. After World War 1, the use of poison gas was banned by the Geneva Convention.
You can use regular mustard, but may need to adjust the liquid content a bit.
You are always free to use the kind of mustard that you like best.
Well nobody there were not really hospitals available people would usually die from gas but they did try and use leeches to suck out the poison but that just made it worse.
The taste will be a little different, but yes, use what you have.
It depends on the recipe but prepared mustard usually has other ingredients in it besides mustard and water. Yellow mustard has turmeric to give it its yellow color. If you need to use prepared mustard use about 1 1/2 tablespoons for every teaspoon of dry mustard needed, and reduce liquids by 1 tablespoon. Results may or may not vary.
1 tablespoon prepared mustard can be substituted for 1 teaspoon dry mustard
McDonalds uses 20,000 gallons of mustard a year.
Eat a whole jar of mustard. Wait about 4 hours. Poof! Homemade mustard gas. Maybe some Grey Poop-on. If you were looking for a serious answer to such a harmful question, you will have to use something different than Wikianswers. We have many younger members that really dont want or need to know how to make a chemical reagent capable of maiming or killing someone. I went to school and his was never on a… Read More
"Regular" mustard (I assume you mean prepared mustard) is basically a paste of dry mustard, vinegar, and possibly other substances. You could use it, though you'll need to use a bit more because it's not as concentrated (being diluted with the vinegar and all).
I would enjoy my soft pretzel even more if I could dip it in mustard. Sweetie, you look good in mustard...
yes you can, use one tea spoon of dry mustard for every one table spoon of prepared yellow mustard
No one was credited with the invention of mustard. The mustard plant has been cultivated for thousands of years. The Romans were the first to use mustard as a spice and were probably the first ones to have experimented combining unfermented wine and crushed mustard seeds to create a mustard "sauce".
Mustard is made from mustard seeds. If you buy coarse ground mustard you can see them, or you can buy whole mustard seeds at the store. The seeds are dried and then ground up and mixed with vinegar to make the condiment we typically use.
I think it was when Hitler was killing the Jewish people by putting them in gas rooms that could very well be the answer but might not. Second Answer: Germans first used chemicals in warfare in World War 1 when they developed mustard gas and tear gas. The mustard gas was the equivalent of mixing bleach and amonia together. They continued the use of chemical warfare in World War 2 on the Jews and people… Read More
You should use a prepared mustard. They are sold in the condiment section right next to yellow mustard and will be clearly marked "whole grain" on the label. It is darker and looks like it has seeds in it.
1: Chlorine gas - The German army were the first to use Chlorine gas at the Battle of Ypres in 1915. It is a very dangerous gas because it causes a burning sensation in the throat and chest pains. Death is very painful because you suffocate ... However, if the wind is blowing in the wrong direction when you let out the gas, you could end up killing your own troops instead of the enemy's… Read More