Traducción de nerve gas en Español:

nerve gas

gas nervioso, n.

nombre

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    gas nervioso masculino
    • There were similar formulations in relation to botulinum toxin, VX and sarin nerve gas.
    • A biological weapon can be as destructive as a nuclear weapon and more destructive than either a chemical weapon or nerve gas.
    • At the time Luce was engaged with the US government in attempts to ban the export of precursors for mustard gas and nerve gas.
    • A small amount or ricin or VX nerve gas or anthrax can kill a very large number of people.
    • Chemical warfare experts say nerve gas often smells of bitter almonds.
    • Troops can place these on their uniforms or vehicles to detect nerve gas or blister-causing compounds.
    • They might bombard us with atomic rays, nerve gas, nuclear weapons, or they might send out attack vessels.
    • In Tokyo in 1995, lethal nerve gas claimed 11 lives and injured over 5000 people.
    • The rules are designed to overcome an obvious problem with drugs designed as antidotes to anthrax, nerve gas, small pox and other potentially lethal or disabling agents.
    • Atomic bombs, depleted uranium, napalm, defoliant agents, nerve gas, and land mines have been used in recent years.
    • Instead, these young men were exposed to chemical and biological substances including nerve gas, mustard gas, LSD and others.
    • He has anthrax, he has smallpox, he has the plague, he has mustard gas, he has nerve gas.
    • And many of them think it might have been some sort of nerve gas.
    • But nerve gas was never a serious threat to the United States or our allies - not in the US, not in the region.
    • Chemical agents such as Sarin and nerve gas are produced in small quantities to test on protective equipment.
    • An automatic injector of atropine is the standard personal first-aid for the effects of nerve gas.
    • A nasty example of an inhibitor is snake venom or maybe nerve gas from World War I.
    • The drones would be fitted with a newly-developed ultra-lightweight sensor system that can detect nerve gas and blister agents.
    • Used against humans, nerve gas and blood agents produced by the chemical are known to cause agonizing death within minutes.
    • By itself it can be used as a flame retardant, but if mixed with other chemicals it becomes the main ingredient of sarin nerve gas.