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Chemical Agents


BIOTOXINS
Abrin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Brevetoxin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Colchicine (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Digitalis (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Ricin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Saxitoxin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Nicotine (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Strychnine (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tetrodotoxin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Trichothecene (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

BLISTER AGENTS/VESICANTS
Mustard Gas (H) (Sulfur Mustard) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Nitrogen Mustard (HN-1, HN-2, HN-3) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Lewisite (L, L-1, L-2, L-3) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Phosgene Oxime (CX) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

BLOOD AGENTS
Arsine (SA) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Carbon Monoxide (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Cyanide (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Sodium monofluoroacetate (compound 1080 (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

CAUSTICS (ACIDS)
Hydrofluoric acid (hydrogen fluoride) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

CHOKING/LUNG/PULMONARY AGENTS
Ammonia (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Bromine (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Chlorine (CL) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Hydrogen chloride (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Methyl bromide (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Methyl isocyanate (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Osmium teroxide (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Phosgene (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Phosphine (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Phosphorous: elemental, white, or yellow (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Sulfuryl fluoride (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

INCAPACITATING AGENTS
BZ (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Fentanyls and other opioids (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

LONG-ACTING ANTICOAGULANTS
Super warfarin (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

METALS
Arsenic (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Barium (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Organic Mercury (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Inorganic Mercury (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Elemental Mercury (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Thalium (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

NERVE AGENTS

G Agents:
Sarin (GB) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Soman (GD) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tabun (GA) (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

V Agents:
VX (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Organic Solvents:
Benzene (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Toxic Alcohols:
Ethelene glycol (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Vomiting Agents:
Adamsite (Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
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