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- Lachrymatory or lacrymatory may refer to: Something that has the effect of lachrymation, causing the secretion of tears Tear gas, known formally as a lachrymatory...
- (from onions), and Mace (a branded mixture), and household vinegar. Lachrymatory agents are commonly used for riot control. Their use in warfare is prohibited...
- decomposes into peroxyethanoyl radicals and nitrogen dioxide gas. It is a lachrymatory substance. Peroxyacetyl nitrate, or PAN, is an oxidant that is more stable...
- the onion lachrymatory agent) isolated from the plant was shown to be identical to a synthetic sample. The precursor to the lachrymatory compound, (RS...
- Additionally, Capsi**** species have also been used as medicines and lachrymatory agents. The generic name may come from Latin capsa, meaning 'box', presumably...
- Name First use Type Used by Xylyl bromide 1915 Lachrymatory, toxic Both Chlorine 1915 Corrosive. Lung irritant Both Phosgene 1915 Irritant - Skin and mucous...
- taste of mustard, radish, horseradish, and wasabi. This pungency and the lachrymatory effect of AITC are mediated through the TRPA1 and TRPV1 ion channels...
- thiocarbonyl S-oxides (formerly "sulfines"), is a liquid that acts as a lachrymatory agent (triggers tearing and stinging on contact with the eyes). The chemical...
- Guinea hen weed and honey garlic contain a similar lachrymatory factor. Synthetic onion lachrymatory factor has been used in a study related to tear production...
- (BBC) is an obsolete lachrymatory agent introduced in World War I by the Allied Powers. Chloroacetophenone CR gas CS gas Lachrymatory agent Davies, W; MacLaren...
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