Type: Term Pronunciation: klōr′ō-pik′rin Definitions: 1. A toxic lung irritant and lacrimatory gas; also causes vomiting, colic, and diarrhea, and is therefore called vomiting gas. Synonyms: nitrochloroform
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[n] - a heavy colorless insoluble liquid compound that causes tears and vomiting
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Chemical weapon used during World War I. It is a lethal compound which attacks the lungs and acts as a lachrymator (tear gas). It was first employed by Russia against the Germans August 1916 and...
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Chloropicrin: A riot control agent or 'tear gas.' See: Riot control agent poisoning.
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CCl3NO2; trichloronitromethane;a toxic lung irritant and lacrimatory gas; it also causes vomiting, colic, and diarrhoea, and therefore is called vomiting gas. ... Synonym: nitrochloroform. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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nitrochloroform noun a heavy colorless insoluble liquid compound that causes tears and vomiting; used as a pesticide and as tear gas
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organic compound that has been used as a chemical-warfare agent, notably as tear gas; it also is used as a chemical intermediate and an ingredient of ... [2 related articles]
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Chloropicrin, also known as PS, is a chemical compound with the structural formula Cl3CNO2. This colourless highly toxic liquid was once used in chemical warfare and is currently used as a fumigant and nematicide as a stand alone treatment or in combination / co-formulation with methyl bromide and ...
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chloropicrin (klōr"upik'rin) , colorless oily liquid used as a poison gas. It is a powerful irritant, causing lachrymation, vomiting, bronchitis, and pulmonary edema; lung injury from chloropicrin may result in death. Trace amounts in the air cause a burning sensation in the eyes, whic...
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Chloropicrin was a chemical weapon used during the Great War. It is a lethal compound which attacks the lungs and acts as a tear gas. It was first employed by Russia against the Germans in August 1916 and was subsequently used by all combatants. Also called 'nitrochloroform', it was used both in art...
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1) Chemical compound 2) Compound 3) Nitrochloroform
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