List of chemical warfare agents | Wikipedia audio article





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Published on Dec 27, 2018

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00:00:49 1 Harassing agents
00:01:48 1.1 Tear agents
00:02:51 1.2 Vomiting agents
00:03:23 1.3 Malodorants
00:03:44 2 Incapacitating agents
00:04:27 2.1 Psychological agents
00:04:57 2.2 Other incapacitating agents
00:05:23 3 Lethal agents
00:05:45 3.1 Blister agents
00:06:08 3.1.1 Vesicants
00:06:23 Nitrogen mustards
00:06:46 Sulfur mustards
00:07:39 Arsenicals
00:08:02 3.1.2 Urticants
00:08:27 3.2 Blood agents
00:08:53 3.3 Choking agents
00:09:25 3.4 Nerve agents
00:10:43 3.4.1 G series
00:11:11 3.4.2 GV series
00:11:35 3.4.3 V series
00:12:00 3.4.4 T series
00:12:17 3.4.5 Other

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A chemical weapon agent (CWA) is a chemical substance whose toxic properties are used to kill, injure or incapacitate human beings. About 70 different chemicals have been used or stockpiled as chemical weapon agents during the 20th century. These agents may be in liquid, gas or solid form.
In general, chemical weapon agents are organized into several categories according to the physiological manner in which they affect the human body. Division may also be by tactical purpose or chemical structure. The names and number of categories varies slightly from source to source, but in general, types of chemical warfare agents are as follows:


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