- Nettle agent
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Chemical agents Lethal agents Blood agents Cyanogen chloride (CK) Hydrogen cyanide (AC) Blister agents Ethyldichloroarsine (ED) Methyldichloroarsine (MD) Phenyldichloroarsine (PD) Lewisite (L) Sulfur mustard (HD, H, HT, HL, HQ) Nitrogen mustard (HN1 · HN2 · HN3)) Nerve agents G-Agents Tabun (GA), Sarin (GB)
Soman (GD), Cyclosarin (GF)
GV V-Agents EA-3148, VE, VG, VM, VR, VX Novichok agents Pulmonary agents Chlorine Chloropicrin (PS) Phosgene (CG) Diphosgene (DP) Incapacitating agents Agent 15 (BZ) DMHP EA-3167 Kolokol-1 Riot control agents Pepper spray (OC) CS CN (mace) CR
Most nettle agents, such as the best known and studied nettle agent, phosgene oxime, are often grouped with the vesicant (blister agent) chemical agents. However, because nettle agents do not cause blisters, they are not true vesicants.
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