Chemistry is treated in the Chemical Warfare. The use of chemists in the war is not new. The mention of the use of sulfur and pitch is found in the pre-war wars. In the Mahabharata, the lakshaksh place is mentioned, in which the Kauravas attempted to set fire to the Pandavas, but in the 20th century there was a special development of the chemical warfare. Chemical energy is used in chemical warfare. The chemists who directly invade the human organs, have special significance in their gases. Such gases are called war gases. Their impact is not immediate on ammunition. It gradually influences, but their effects last longer.
In the first war of 1915 AD, Germany used chlorine gas in the first initial war. At that time, the measures to avoid this were not known. To avoid the effect of this, try to protect the cotton pad by mixing some chemical solutions on the nose and mouth. Behind, there are some advanced types of respirators, or gas strains. There have been equal changes in them. Between foes, there was a need for favorable air conditioning to spread gases. From this, in 1916, there were balls filled with gas, which were thrown between enemies and spreading the gases. Behind such gases were made that the eyes were inclined to produce excessive tears, sneezes and blisters on the body. In 1917, Germany invented the mustard gas. In the state of the liver, it had such blisters that the wounds made from it were not good at all. Then other countries also prepared similar types of other gases after extensive research. Other toxic chemists, fire extinguishers and smoke-making substances, which used to be curtains, were used and successfully used in the site and sea wars. With the help of big chemists to force the army to cross the river and bridge with the help of smokeless chemists, the forces became very comfortable in crossing the river and the bridge, and without any obstacles, the tanks started operating, avoiding the sight of the enemy.
Some war gases invoke respiratory system. This is often fatal. These develop cough, difficulty in breathing, and pulmonary research. Such gases contain chlorine, phosgene and diphosine. Some substances produce blisters on body parts. Protection from them is difficult. Such substances are fluid mustard gas, (beta-cloral ethyl sulphide, beta-chlor-ethyI sulphide), luissat, i.e. beta-chlor viral dichlorarsine, and fluid ethyl dichlorarsin. In the sneezing gases, there is Diphenyl-amine-chlor assine, which produces severe pain on the nose, throat, and thorax. It is not fatal Its effects last for about 12 hours.
Among the chemists who produce tears, there are chloraeetophenone, Bromo benzyl cyanide and Xylyl bromide, which cause excessive tears by attacking the mucous membrane and for some time the vision Block. Their effects last for a few minutes. Some toxic substances disrupt the absorption and assimilation of oxygen by invading the heart and nervous reflexes. Among such chemicals are carbon monoxide and hydrocyanic acid, but due to being light, their use in the war has not been successful. Apart from these, Chloropicrin (Rtichloronitromethane), adamsite or Diphenyl chloro-arsine, white phosphorus, titanium tetrachloride and thermite are other substances used in the war. Are. The white phosphorus produces a thick smoke, from which it is not possible to see. The thermid leads to high heat due to heat generated. Apart from these, electons bombs are also made, which were used in the war of 1939-45. There are thousands of heavy chemists used in chemical warfare.
Protection from chemical warfare – Gastrointestinal use is used to protect against lung irritants. The air absorption from warts is completely absorbed in the lungs. If the gas is too big to cover the eyes, then tear-producing chemicals can also be protected. Coal and soda-lime are filled in suitable proportion in gestation. These gasses work for sufficient time, but the functionality gradually decreases and they do not work at the end with frequent use, then they need to be replaced. To protect against gases, there are some conservation rooms, which enter air by filtering them, but it is not possible to use them in the battlefield. Other types of protection are essential for the protection of the body. For this, there are some types of clothing inside which the air does not enter. It protects the body. Sufficient warfare training is necessary for protection from these strains. In the chemical warfare, there is a question of protecting the army as well as protecting the public. Some chemists used in the war are being used today in dispersal to disperse the crowd.