diphenylchlorarsine

di·phen·yl·chlor·ar·sine

English syllables. 2014.

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  • diphenylchlorarsine — A sternutator, inhalation of which causes violent sneezing, cough, salivation, headache, and retrosternal pain; a common vomiting agent used in mob and riot control. * * * di·phen·yl·chlor·ar·sine (di fe″əl klor ahrґsin) sn …   Medical dictionary

  • diphenylchlorarsine — noun see diphenylchloroarsine …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Da — Symbol for dalton. * * * dark adaptation; dark agouti [rat]; daunomycin; decision analysis; decontaminating agent; degenerative arthritis; degree of anisotropy; delayed action; dental assistant; deoxyadenosine; descending aneurysm; descending… …   Medical dictionary

  • da — Symbol for deca . * * * dark adaptation; dark agouti [rat]; daunomycin; decision analysis; decontaminating agent; degenerative arthritis; degree of anisotropy; delayed action; dental assistant; deoxyadenosine; descending aneurysm; descending… …   Medical dictionary

  • Chemical weapon designation — Chemical, biological, and radiological warfare agents are sometimes assigned what is termed a military symbol. Military symbols evolved out of the First World War from the British in part for secrecy, and to simplify reference to chemicals by… …   Wikipedia

  • sneezing gas — n a gaseous sternutator created for chemical warfare * * * diphenylchlorarsine …   Medical dictionary

  • DA — • dark adaptation; • dark agouti [rat]; • daunomycin; • decision analysis; • decontaminating agent; • degenerative arthritis; • degree of anisotropy; • delayed action; • dental assistant; • deoxyadenosine; • descending aneurysm; • descending… …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

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