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Chapter 6

Arsenic at War: Mass Murder

The United Nations’ definition of a chemical-warfare agent is: “any chemical which, through its chemical effect on living processes, may cause death, temporary loss of performance, or permanent injury to people and animals.” The term is broadened in the minds of many to include agents such as defoli...

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