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that has the effect
of lachrymation, causing
Tear gas, known formally
as a lachrymatory...
- syn-propanethial-S-oxide (from onions), and Mace (a branded
mixture). Lachrymatory agents
used for riot control. Their
use in warfare
- Name First
use Type Used by Xylyl bromide
1915 Corrosive. Lung irritant
- Skin and mucous...
- food vegetables, Capsi**** species
have also been used as medicines
agents. The generic
name may come from Latin
into peroxyethanoyl radicals
and nitrogen dioxide
gas. It is a lachrymatory
nitrate, or PAN, is an oxidant
that is more stable...
of mustard, radish, horseradish, and wasabi. This pungency
and the lachrymatory effect
of AITC are mediated through
the TRPA1 and TRPV1 ion channels...
S-oxides (formerly "sulfines"), is a liquid
that acts as a lachrymatory agent
with the eyes). The chemical...
S-oxide, a lachrymatory agent structurally similar
to syn-propanethial-S-oxide from onion, but...
- (Weisskreuz) is a World
War I chemical warfare agent consisting
of one or more lachrymatory
(BA), bromobenzyl cyanide
hen weed and honey garlic contain
a similar lachrymatory
factor. Synthetic onion lachrymatory factor
has been used in a study related
to tear production...
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