from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A poisonous liquid, C4H10FO2P, that inhibits the activity of cholinesterase and is used as a nerve gas in chemical warfare.
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- noun The
neurotoxinO- isopropylmethylphosphonofluoridate, used as a chemical weapon.
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- noun a highly toxic chemical nerve agent that inhibits the activity of cholinesterase
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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This was one of the factors that lead the Iraqis to investigate binary weapons, for which sarin is particularly well suited.
Degraded sarin is only 10% effective after two years.
Jules maybe you’re too dumb to understand that a shell filled with sarin is indeed a weapon of mass destruction according to the definition of that rather Orwellian phrase, but I doubt it.
Scientists Develop Eco Friendly Polymer That Combats Bio Terrorism The fiber detoxifies chemical and bio-terror agents like salmonella and the nerve toxin sarin.
The fiber detoxifies chemical and bio-terror agents like salmonella and the nerve toxin sarin.
Just before World War II, German scientists looking for a better insecticide developed the first nerve gas, tabun, which led to deadlier agents called sarin and VX.
The weapon a nerve poison called sarin -- symbolized Armageddon.
A gas called sarin and to tell -- to show you how little things have changed in the spy business, the sarin gas was used in Tokyo five years ago in the terrible attack in the Tokyo subways by the -- by the -- a Japanese cult.
Syria's preferred poison is sarin, which is lethal if inhaled even in minute quantities.
Three steel ton containers store the nerve agent GB, also known as sarin, at the depot.