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Describe Choking Agents
Sometimes referred to as Pulmonary Agents, Contact with fluid in the lungs creates hydrochloric acid, pulmonary edema (Dry land Drowning)
Information on Nerve Agents
G and V series, Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) Acetylcholine (Ach)
Blood Agents
AC, CK, and SA. AC and CK affect cytochrome oxidase system, SA causes hemolysis
Blister Agents
Act on the eyes, mucous membranes, lungs, skin and blood-forming organs. Used to produce casualties, degrade fighting efficiency and to restrict use of terrain and equipment
Binary chemicals in GB (Nerve)
Methyl Phosohonic Acid (DF)
Isopropylamine and Isopropyl Alcohol (OPA)