Sulfur mustard was introduced in World War I as a chemical warfare agent. Historically it was available for use in the treatment of a skin condition called.
weapons during World War I. Mustard agents, also known as sulfur mustard or mustard gas, were the most widely used (WHO, ). Mustard gas was first used.
This report describes a case of burn injury following exposure to sulfur mustard, a chemical agent used in war. A review of the diagnostic characteristics, clinical.
This chapter reviews the important chemical reactions of sulfur mustard and Lewisite. To ensure brevity, all sources used in the preparation of this chapter are.
Mustard agent was first used effectively in World War I by the German army against British and Canadian soldiers near Ypres, Belgium.
Sulfur mustard (SM) is a chemical warfare agent that was widely used during World Because sulfur mustard exerts toxic effects following dermal, ocular, and .