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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Poison Gas of WWI Xylyl Bromide Xylyl Bromide (Nonlethal) (Non-lethal) Exposure causes cough, sneezing, runny nose, chest tightening and laryngospasms (temporary spasms of the vocal cords that cause lose of both speech and breath). Skin irritation may occur where significant exposure has occured. Vapors are clear or white in color. Phosgene (Lethal) Can appear as a colorless, white, or pale yellow cloud. Has the pleasing odor of freshly mown hay or green corn. (, 2009) Causes coughing, burning of the throat and eyes, difficulty breathing, and vomiting. Skin contact has similar effects to those of frostbite or burns. Mustard Gas/Sulphur Mustard (Non-lethal) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, N.d.) Has a distinctive "mustardy" color, though may also be colorless, yellow, or green. Causes temporary blindness, sinus pain, cough, shortness of breath, itchy rashes and yellow, puss-filled blisters Can smell like garlic, horseradish, or sulfur. (Purch, 2014) Works Cited Chemical Dictionary. (2009). Xylyl Bromide. Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (N.d.). Facts About Phosgene. Retrieved from Live Science. (2014). What is Mustard Gas. Retrieved from
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