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Sakat, a Sunni, said he didn't want to carry out the orders to use phosgene against civilians.
Phosgene and other cellular poisons may cause little immediate symptoms, but may cause severe cellular damage that shows up hours later.
Ethiopia, for example, has charged that Italian chemical weapons--in particular, mustard gas and phosgene, which Mussolini's Fascist government used in the mid-1930s during the Second Italo-Abyssinian War--remain scattered around the country.
When a small container of chloroform turned up at Churchill, Waddell said: "I'm going to assume it's got phosgene gas in the head space.
Chlorine, anhydrous ammonia, and hydrofluoric acid do pose major problems for which there are known solutions, but there are a myriad of other chemical products and manufacturing facilities producing or using, for example, isocyanates, phosgene, and chemicals at refineries, which pose serious risks for which solutions must also be implemented.
The Ministry of Supply's Valley Works was a key chemical weapons production and storage facility during World War II, producing forms of mustard and phosgene gas.
DISCUSSION: After excluding iron-deficiency anemia, thalassemia, and other possible agents, we suspected that the hematologic effects might have resulted from pyrolytic products of CFC-12 and Halon 1211, which may contain phosgene, among other products.
BASF also produced both chlorine and phosgene poison gas.
The flow meter features a wide standard configuration selection of popular and exotic wetted surface materials for service in harsh fluids--from water to acids, to corrosives, and even hazardous safety sensitive fluids such as phosgene.
BPA was first made for epoxy resins but its reaction with phosgene made commercial production of PC possible.
Chlorine gas was not the only chemical agent used in WWI, as the Allies used phosgene later in 1915, and the Germans introduced mustard gas into battle in 1917.
Phosgene gas was just as bad (if not worse), causing victims to turn a livid purple in the face before death.