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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 DM Vomiting Gas Affects of DM Gas Vomiting Gas does not occur naturally and is created synthetically.DM gas was used as chemical warfare by the British and US PC upgrades/ server migration The likelihood of death is very low but can lead to fatal illnesses. The affects of vomiting gas in the human body is that it will cause diarrhea, increased passing gas, nausea or vomiting and pain, Irritable bowel syndrome, and Gastroenteritis. Researching vomiting gas improved my knowledge in chemistry because I know the the affects chemicals can have on our lives. One interesting fact about vomiting gas is that they used it so the soldiers would vomit in their masks and then take their masks off causing them to die from inhaling to much. Likelihood of Death DM gas was used by the end of World War I in the British incursions in Murmansk and Archangel, it caused several deaths of children that were with their parents in the protests The chemical characteristics of the gas is that it is soluble in organic solvents like acetone and dichloromethane also water, Dm is and aerosol which makes the upper respiratory tract with the primary site of the action Harm to the Human Body DM Vomiting Gas or Adamsite is a gas that once it comes in contact with the human body it causes irritation of the eyes, lungs and mucous membranes which soon develops into headaches, nausea, constant vomiting What is DM Vomiting Gas? By: Daneet Montes DM Gas was first produced by US chemist named Roger Adams in 1918. The physical characteristics of the gas are Yellow-green crystals and it is odorless. Use of DM Vomiting Gas The chemical name of Vomiting Gas is Arsenical Diphenylaminechloroarsine, the chemical formula of DM is C12H9AsClN. The molar mass of DM is 277.58 g·mol1 Chemical Characteristics Research
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