ⓘ Ethyldichloroarsine

                                     

ⓘ Ethyldichloroarsine

Ethyldichloroarsine, sometimes abbreviated ED ", is an organoarsenic compound with the formula CH 3 CH 2 AsCl 2. This colourless volatile liquid is a highly toxic obsolete vesicant or blister agent that was used during World War I in chemical warfare. The molecule is pyramidal with the Cl-As-Cl and C-As-Cl angles approaching 90°. Its toxic action is similar to lewisite.

                                     
  • This include blister agents, blood agents and vomiting agents. Ethyldichloroarsine Lewisite Methyldichloroarsine Phenyldichloroarsine Arsine Adamsite
  • tetrachloromethane. A later formulation, Gelbkreuz 1, was a mixture of 40 ethyldichloroarsine 40 ethyldibromoarsine, and 20 of bis chloromethyl ether. In some
  • diphenylchloroarsine DA, Clark I diphenylcyanoarsine CDA, Clark II ethyldichloroarsine Dick and or methyldichloroarsine Methyldick Clark I and Clark
  • agents useful for decontamination of MD are bleach and caustic soda. Ethyldichloroarsine Phenyldichloroarsine Lewisite Fitzgerald, G. M. Vollmer, T. 2006 - 06 - 19
  • Bis 2 - chloroethylthiomethyl ether Bis 2 - chloroethylthioethyl ether O Mustard T Ethyldichloroarsine ED Methyldichloroarsine MD Phenyldichloroarsine PD
  • the other three are lewisite L methyldichloroarsine MD and ethyldichloroarsine ED PD is considered an analog of lewisite. At its freezing point
  • Cyanogen chloride CK Hydrogen cyanide AC Arsine SA Blister Ethyldichloroarsine ED Methyldichloroarsine MD Phenyldichloroarsine PD Lewisite
  • Cyanogen chloride CK Hydrogen cyanide AC Arsine SA Blister Ethyldichloroarsine ED Methyldichloroarsine MD Phenyldichloroarsine PD Lewisite
  • Cyanogen chloride CK Hydrogen cyanide AC Arsine SA Blister Ethyldichloroarsine ED Methyldichloroarsine MD Phenyldichloroarsine PD Lewisite