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How Tear Gas Affects Your Body

Video   Jul 01, 2020

 

 2-Chlorobenzalmalononitrile, better known as CS gas, is one of the most common tear gases used in the United States today, but did you know it’s not actually a gas? ACS Reactions break down how it works, a bit of its history and the best ways to recover if you’re hit with it. A reminder: They're not doctors!

 
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