VX

The most common V-agent and one of the most toxic substances ever produced; it was first developed in the 1950s and produced industrially in 1961.
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Vx

Velocity Along Heading
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VX

(from the article `chemical weapon`) VX, the most famous of the so-called V-series of persistent nerve agents (and also the deadliest known nerve agent; V is for venom), was developed by ...
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VX

[sport] VX is a ball sport from the UK. It evolved in North Yorkshire (Great Britain) and was launched in Feb 2006 under a different guise. The sport was continually developed by the International Federation and in 2012 the Federation approved a move by the worldwide membership to rename the sport VX to cater for its international developme...
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VX

[videocassette format] VX was a short-lived and unsuccessful consumer analog recording videocassette format developed by Panasonic and launched in 1975 in Japan. In the US it was sold using the Quasar brand and marketed under the name `The Great Time Machine` to exhibit its time-shifting capabilities, since VX machines had a companion elect...
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VX

[nerve agent] Ethyl {[2-(diisopropylamino)ethyl]sulfanyl}(methyl)phosphinate | Section1 = {Chembox Identifiers | CASNo = 50782-69-9 | CASNo_Ref = {{cascite|correct|CAS} | CASNo1 = 51848-47-6 | CASNo1_Ref = {cascite|correct|CAS} | CASNo2 = 53800-40-1 | CASNo2_Ref = {cascite|correct|CAS} | CASNo3 = 65143-05-7 | CASNo3_Ref = {cascite|correct|C...
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VX

VX (vē'eks) , nerve gas several times more toxic than sarin but less volatile. It kills within minutes if inhaled or deposited on the skin; protection from VX would require both protective suits and masks. The compound was first prepared in the 1950s during research for new insecticides; i...
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VX

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. A potent toxic nerve agent of the organophosphate class.
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VX

best angle of climb speed on all engines.
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