Chlorine gas is a pulmonary irritant. Breathing of chlorine gas is the most harmful exposure and effects begin almost immediately. They include wheezing, sore throat, cough, airway irritation, eye irritation, and skin irritation to name just a few.
Well like there was the gas that hurt your face and stuff
Phosgene gas can be turned into a liquid. Exposure to the gas or liquid form of phosgene can cause nausea, watery eyes, blurred vision, difficulty breathing, and coughing.
None, nerve gases weren't used in WW1.
Gas attacks on military forces during combat were not commonly used during World War 2. One of the few fronts was in China by the Japanese.
they peed on their cloths and then put then up to their noses.. ARE YOU FROM ASMS!? because we're answering the same question too right now! :D
is this effects liver
air pollution green house gas effects destroys the of ozone layer
gas from cows
Changes to a Liquid.
it gives gas to your cars and helps transpertate you to your needed places
changes From a liquid to a gas it
Gas leakes or water pollution
Chlorine is a toxic gas, can be used as a lethal gas in the war.
Poisonous gas blinded, it also filled the lungs and suffocated men.