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  • Answer: In World War 1, we begin to see the first use of poision gas use. The Germans used chlorine and mustard gas to clear trenches of the Allied forces.
  • Answer: Warfrain The same thing given people to thin their blood. Rat eats it, blood gets so thin it bleeds to death internally.
  • Answer: Answer:
    Any of various toxic gases , those used in chemical warfare to kill or incapacitate on inhalation or contact.
  • Answer: It depends on what poison it is. Some snake poisons paralyze victims, but only small ones. Spider poison swells and jellyfish poison kills. Most of the poisonous animals in the world come from the sea.
    It is very toxic and the fastest is that it can kill you within minutes.
  • Answer: Americium is radioactive:
    The radiation from exposure to americium is the primary cause of health effects from absorbed americium. Americium moves rapidly through the body after uptake and is concentrated within the bones for a long period of time. During this storage americium will slowly decay and release radioactive particles and rays. These rays can cause alteration of genetic materials and bone cancers.

    Damage to organs due to americium exposure is highly unlikely for humans, because americium is accumulated in organs only a short period of time.

  • Answer: yes
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  • Answer: From the food they eat.
  • Answer: Cyanide act as a inhibitor of ETC (electron tranport chain) which ultimately cause the inhibition of production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) i.e. why cyanide work as poison.
    Cyanide is a deadly poison because it disrupts the cellular respiration, quickly inhibiting the cytochrome C oxydase, an enzyme found in mitochondria - this phenomenon is very important for the oxygenation of the brain.

  • Answer: yes
  • Answer: the gas would enter your lungs and liquidise in there which effectivley made you drown.
  • Answer: Oil is formed over millions of years, decaying plants and organic matter being compressed. Since oil originated from plants, it cannot actually poison them. Some forms of engine oil will poison plants because they are synthetic, or has been used oil it had been polluted with sulfur from the pistons of the engine.
  • Answer: Monarch butterflies are poisonous


What is poison gas?

  • Answer
    Poison gas was used to blind the enemy on the other side . It is a very strong and dangerous chemical.

    Additional answer
    There are actually many different poison gases. The simplest is the element chlorine. But there are others which have different effects. But basically they all kill, not just blind.

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