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Question 1: Approximately five hundred degraded chemical munitions have been found in Iraq since the ________, according to a report of the US National Ground Intelligence Center.
Refugees of IraqPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–present2003 invasion of IraqIraqi insurgency

Question 2: It does not, however, cover ________.
2001 anthrax attacksBiological warfareMilitary historyChemical warfare

Question 3: [9] Most of Iraq's chemical weapons were previously destroyed under a United Nations reduction program after the 1991 ________.
Gulf War2006 Lebanon WarYom Kippur WarSix-Day War

Question 4: [10] These weapons contained ________ and mustard agents but were so badly corroded that they could not have been used as originally intended.
Sarin3-Quinuclidinyl benzilateCyclosarinVX (nerve agent)

Question 5: Examples of these substances are ________, which has been used as a chemical weapon but which is also a precursor in the manufacture of many legitimate organic compounds and triethanolamine, used in the manufacture of nitrogen mustard but also commonly used in toiletries and detergents.
SarinPhosgeneSulfur mustardChlorine

Question 6: [15] The Albanian stockpile included 16,678 kilograms of ________, lewisite, adamsite, and chloroacetophenone.
Sulfur mustardChlorineSarinPhosgene

Question 7: An undeclared "state party", (probably ________) eliminated its stockpile in late 2008.
North KoreaKorean PeninsulaSeoulSouth Korea

Question 8: An example is thiodiglycol which can be used in the manufacture of mustard agents, but is also used as a solvent in ________.
InkWritingIron gall inkPen

Question 9: ________(NNPT)
Nuclear Non-Proliferation TreatyNuclear arms raceCentral Intelligence AgencyCold War

Question 10: Chemical Weapons Convention Website, ________


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