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Mace     2-chloro-1-phenyl-ethanone

Synonyms: PubChem3264, Chemical mace, CHEMBL105712, Tear Gas, CHLOROACETOPHENONE, ...
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  • However, the median lethal toxicity of pyrotechnically generated CR smoke was very significantly less than that of either pyrotechnically generated CN or CS smokes [9].

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