2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.0954-6820.1949.tb09563.x View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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AAGE VIDEBaeK

Abstract: The term nitrogen mustard is usually employed for methyl-bis-(b-chloroethy1)amine hydrochloFde, also called HN2, the hydrochloride of which is a crystalline substance, easily soluble in water and with a melting point a t 110" C. This amine is known from the literature reporting proprietary medicines from the thirties and its preparation was described by Danish workers as early as 1941 (13) by whom it was called an amine with amuetnrd gas)) effect, the amine in contradistinction to the hydrochloride causing ero… Show more

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