Irritated eyes, gasping, or unconsciousness may mean a blood agent
. Yet irritated eyes and severe choking is likely caused by a choking agent.
The condoms reportedly contained a chemical precursor necessary to produce the lethal blood agent
The International Olympic Committee last night announced seven samples, relating to six athletes, taken in Beijing had tested positive for CERA, a new version of blood agent
Hunter went on to claim that as well as injecting herself with the blood agent
EPO, Jones also used the designer steroid THG, insulin and human growth hormone.
Arsine, a blood agent
, and a few blister agents contain an arsenic atom.
Ascorbate, better known as vitamin C, appears the premier blood agent
responsible for disarming reactive chemicals called free radicals, according to new laboratory research.
They are blood agents
, choking agents, blister agents and nerve agents.
choking agents (such as chlorine and phosgene), and blood agents
The stockpile includes between 2,500-5,000 tons of mustard gas, phosgene, blood agents
, sarin, tabun and persistent nerve agents and can be delivered by long-range artillery, missiles, aircraft and naval vessels, it said.
These so-called nerve gases, which are actually all liquids at room temperature, are lethal far more quickly and in far lower concentrations than other classical chemical warfare agents, such as vesicants, choking agents and blood agents
, and are effective both when inhaled and when absorbed through the skin.
They also found what Army general David Rodriquez called 'a mujahadeen chemical and biological book' with instructions and formulas for anthrax, blood agents
and explosive materials.