diphenylchloroarsine
di·phe·nyl·chlo·ro·ar·sine -.klōr-ō-'är-.sēn, -.klȯr-, -sən also di·phe·nyl·chlor·ar·sine -.klōr-'är-, -.klȯr- n a colorless crystalline arsenical (C6H5)2AsCl used during World War I esp. by the Germans for producing a toxic smoke causing sneezing and vomiting

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