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  • aconitine
  • afterdamp
  • Agent Orange
  • aldrin
  • alkaloid
  • allyl alcohol
  • ammonia
  • antifreeze
  • antimony
  • arsenic
  • arsine
  • atropine
  • beryllium
  • bleach
  • blister gas or blistering agent
  • bromine
  • cacodylic acid
  • cadmium
  • carbolic acid
  • carbon disulphide
  • carbon monoxide
  • carbon tetrachloride
  • chlordane
  • chlorine
  • coniine
  • cuastic soda
  • curare
  • cyanic acid
  • cyanide
  • cyanide gas
  • cyanogen
  • DDD
  • DDT
  • diazomethane
  • diborane
  • dichloroethyl sulfide
  • digitalin
  • digoxin
  • dioxane
  • endrin
  • ethylene oxide
  • fluorine
  • formaldehyde
  • hydrocyanic acid
  • hydrocyanide
  • hydrogen cyanide
  • hydrogen fluoride
  • hydrogen sulfide
  • hyoscyamine
  • iodine
  • lead
  • lead arsenate
  • lead tetraethyl
  • lewisite
  • lindane
  • Malathion
  • mephitis
  • mercuric chloride
  • mercury
  • methanol or wood spirit or wood alcohol
  • methyl alcohol
  • methyl bromide
  • miasma
  • muscarine
  • mustard gas
  • nerve agent
  • nerve gas
  • nicotine
  • nitric acid
  • nitric oxide
  • nitrogen dioxide
  • osmium tetroxide
  • ouabain
  • oxalic acid
  • paraquat
  • parathion
  • Paris green
  • perchloric acid
  • perchloroethylene
  • phenol
  • phosgene
  • poison gas
  • potassium cyanide
  • prussic acid
  • pyrethrum
  • quinine
  • radiation
  • rat poison
  • ricin
  • rotenone
  • santonin
  • sarin
  • selenium
  • solanine
  • strophanthin
  • strychnine
  • sulfur dioxide
  • sulfur mustard
  • tartar emetic
  • tetraethyl lead
  • tetrodotoxin
  • toxin
  • turpentine
  • venom
  • veratrine
  • warfarin
  • white spirit
  • zinc chromate

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