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View Resource Technologies Underlying Weapons of Mass Destruction (OTA-BP-ISC-115), "Technical Aspects of Chemical Weapon Proliferation"

0f the three categories of weapons of mass destruction, chemical weapons are the most likely to be used in warfare, and they remain a serious threat in regional conflicts despite the end of the...
View Resource Biosensors and Other Medical and Environmental Probes

Bacteria. Our invisible friends, our invisible enemies. Some aid our digestion, others destroy our poisons. Still other "bugs" make us sick. Living inside and outside our bodies, natural bacteria are...
View Resource Biological and Chemical Weapons

The Federation of American Scientists Biological and Chemical Weapons Control Project covers all aspects of chemical and biological weapons and their control, but concentrates on researching and...
View Resource Medical Management of Chemical Casualties Handbook, Second Edition

Library Holdings. Chemical warfare is not a popular topic, and most military health care providers do not willingly become familiar with it. This was painfully obvious during Operation Desert...
View Resource Chemical Weapons History in the US, Munitions and Facilities

Chemical agents in the modem sense were first used in World War I, when chlorine gas was released, from large cylinders, in a favorable wind. This surprise operation caused massive casualties,...
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