Chart of war gases and chemicals, their characteristics, effects, and how to protect yourself from them. The chart was published by the Fisher Scientific company, and data was prepared by Walter Pierron Burn (1894-1959) of the United States Chemical Welfare Service. The spread was removed from an unknown publication.
Chemicals are broken down into categories of vesicants, lung irritants, Lacrimators, sternutators, smokes, and incendiaries. Gases and chemicals listed in the document include mustard gas, Lewisite, Ethydichlorarsine, Chlorine, Chloropicrin, Diphosgene, Phosgene, Chloracetophenone, Bromobenzylcyanide, Adamsite. Dephenylchlorarsine, HC mixture, Sulphur Trioxide, titanium tetrachloride, White Phosphorus and Thermit.
|Place of publication|
|Rights||In Copyright - Rights-holder(s) Unlocatable or Unidentifiable|
“War Gases and Chemicals.” Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Fisher Scientific Company, circa 1940. Papers of Georg and Max Bredig, Box 4, Folder 9. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/n5ozhyp.
This citation is automatically generated and may contain errors.
Previous image shift + or , Next image shift + or . Pan image Zoom in + or shift + Zoom out - or shift + Zoom to fit 0 Close viewer esc Also
Mouse click to zoom in; shift-click to zoom out. Drag to pan. Pinch to zoom on touch.