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Sarin Gas - History And Global Production Of Sarin, Sarin As A Weapon, Sarin Poisoning

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Sarin gas (O-Isopropyl methylphosphonofluoridate), also called GB, is one of the most dangerous and toxic chemicals known. It belongs to a class of chemical weapons known as nerve agents, all of which are organophosphates. The G nerve agents (including tabun, sarin and soman), are all extremely toxic, but not very persistent in the environment. Pure sarin is a colorless and odorless gas, and since it is extremely volatile, and can spread quickly through the air. A lethal dose of sarin is about 0.5 milligrams; it is approximately 500 times more deadly than cyanide.


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about 1 year ago

So, this is the real story? I have heard that this gas was produced in America and provided to Irak to use against Iran.

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about 1 year ago

So, this is the real story? I have heard that this gas was produced in America and provided to Irak to use against Iran.

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10 months ago



"I have heard that this gas was produced in America and provided to Irak to use against Iran."



Well, if you hear as well as you spell you must be deaf.