A Laboratory History of Chemical Warfare Agents is a revolutionary new book discussing the laboratory preparation of some of the most interesting toxic substances known to man. However broad the field may be, this book is an invaluable collection of nearly 100 years of chemical warfare research and history. From the researcher to the student or just plain novice, the information contained herein will change the way you think about warfare agents and their properties. The book is a valuable educational tool designed to give the reader a full picture of the world of chemical warfare agents.
NOTE TO CUSTOMERS: This book has been renamed from the Preparatory Manual of Chemical Warfare Agents, to A Laboratory History of Chemical Warfare Agents.
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The Vice - Map <p> 1-4. Main camp <br> 5-8. Biographies <br> 9. Map <br> 10. Rules and Ranks <br> 11. Rules and Rank Pt. 2 <br> 12. Nursery <br> 13. Medicine Den <br> 14+ Open Dens <p> ~ S. Vex
A laboratory history of chemical warfare agents, also known as the preparatory manual of chemical warfare agents is the complete source of chemical warfare information. The book covers all categories of warfare agents, and discusses safety and hazard information, physical properties, intermediates, and of course, the book discuses the preparation of each individual compound in detail. From nerve agents, to blister agents such as VX and mustard gas, this book delivers the information in precise detail and professionalism. I highly recommend this book for anyone¿s book collection.