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    • 2000-Aug-18

    Joshua Lederberg begins the interview with a discussion of his involvement in the contamination issues of planetary exploration. As interest in space exploration gained momentum, Lederberg was in the midst of discussion…

    • 1941

    Illustrated throughout, this booklet includes sections on lung irritants, blister and tear gases, irritant smokes, incendiaries, screening smokes, systemic poisons and decontamination stations.

    • 1941

    Illustrated throughout, this booklet includes sections on lung irritants, blister and tear gases, irritant smokes, incendiaries, screening smokes, systemic poisons and decontamination stations.

    • The Chemical Warfare
    • 1919-Mar

    The Chemical Warfare was published monthly by the enlisted men of Edgewood Arsenal in Edgewood, Maryland "to bring the news—to stimulate [them] in [their] work—to make for happiness—to cheer and to educate." This issue…

    • 1943-Nov

    The report discusses work performed between September 20 and October 31, 1943, under contract number OEMsr-674. Beckman reported beginning construction of the first model of an instrument to record concentrations of…

    • 1944-Mar-30

    The informal report drafted by a University of Chicago team, regarding contract OEMsr-79, documented efforts to record chemical warfare agents using sensitized paper tape. The report includes one such strip…

    • 1921

    Exhibition program for "The Chemical Exhibit" installed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. circa 1921. The central feature of the exhibit is a topographical model showing coal tar and other chemical…

    • Part of Collected Studies on the Pathology of War Gas Poisoning
    • 1920

    Hemorrhages in residual pulmonary lesions from respiratory irritating gases.