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lew·is·ite
[loo-uh-sahyt]
NOUN
1.
a pale yellow, odorless compound, C2H2AsCl3, used as a blister gas in World War I.
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Lewisite - Wikipedia

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Lewisite (L) is an organoarsenic compound. It was once manufactured in the U.S. , Japan, and Germany for use as a chemical weapon, acting as a vesicant ...

LEWISITE (L) - CDC

www.cdc.gov/niosh/ershdb/emergencyresponsecard_29750006.html

Apr 21, 2015 ... DESCRIPTION: Lewisite is an extremely toxic, arsenic-containing blister agent ( vesicant) that affects the lungs and causes whole-body ...

CDC | Facts About Lewisite

emergency.cdc.gov/agent/lewisite/basics/facts.asp

Mar 14, 2003 ... Lewisite is a type of chemical warfare agent. This kind of agent is called a vesicant or blistering agent, because it causes blistering of the skin ...

Weaponry: Lewisite -- America's World War I Chemical Weapon ...

www.historynet.com/weaponry-lewisite-americas-world-war-i-chemical-weapon.htm

The toxic substance later became known as lewisite, one of the most deadly poison gases developed until well after World War I. Produced by the United States ...

LEWISITE | C2H2AsCl3 - PubChem

pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/lewisite

LEWISITE | C2H2AsCl3 | CID 5372798 - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities, ...

Lewisite: its chemistry, toxicology, and biological effects. - NCBI

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2692088

Lewisite is an organic arsenical war gas which is a vesicant with attendant toxicities due to its ability to combine with thiol groups which are essential for activity ...

LEWISITE | CAMEO Chemicals | NOAA

cameochemicals.noaa.gov/chemical/5041

Antidote: dimercaprol (British Anti-Lewisite). Prolonged exposure of container to fire or intense heat may result in violent rupturing and rocketing of container.

Lewisite | C2H2AsCl3 | ChemSpider

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Structure, properties, spectra, suppliers and links for: Lewisite, 541-25-3.