Table of contents for Dew of death : the story of lewisite, America's World War I weapon of mass destruction / Joel A. Vilensky ; with the assistance of Pandy R. Sinish.

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Foreword by Richard Butler
1. 1878: Two Stars Are Born
2. The Poisonous Yellow Cloud and the American Response
3. The Hunt for a New King
4. The American University Experimental Station
5. Willoughby: The Chemical Warfare Service's Ace in the Hole
6. The Inter-War Years
7. Military Biology and BAL
8. World War II: The Gas War That Never Happened
9. Lewisite Production, Use, and Sea Dumping after World War II
10. Lewisite Stockpiles and Terrestrial Residues
11. Human and Environmental Toxicology
12. Lewisite, Terrorism, and the Future
Appendix 1. Lewisite's Chemical and Physical Properties
Appendix 2. Lewisite Production
Appendix 3. Lewisite Degradation

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lewisite (Poison gas) -- History.
Organoarsenic compounds -- Toxicology.