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Sulfur mustard: Quiz

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Question 1: United Kingdom against the ________ in 1919[10]
Eastern Front (World War II)Red ArmyRussiaSoviet Armed Forces

Question 2: The mutagenic and carcinogenic effects of mustard agent mean that victims who recover from mustard gas burns have an increased risk of developing ________ in later life.
ChemotherapyCarcinogenesisCancerMetastasis

Question 3:
What is the chemical name of Sulfur mustard (IUPAC)
bis sulfide
Pyrazole
1-ethoxy-4-[2-methyl-1-propan-2-yl]benzene
-2-tetrahydrofuran-3,4-diol

Question 4: Mustard gas has also been dispersed in such munitions as aerial bombs, land mines, mortar rounds, ________, and rockets[1].
Shell (projectile)TankAnti-tank warfareCannon

Question 5: This is named after the inventor of the quick but dirty Levinstein Process for manufacture,[5][6] reacting dry ________ with sulfur monochloride under controlled conditions.
ChloroformEthyleneAlkaneAlkene

Question 6: In the Depretz method, mustard gas is synthesized by treating sulfur dichloride with ________:
AlkeneAlkaneChloroformEthylene

Question 7: In the Meyer-Clarke method, concentrated ________ (HCl) instead of PCl3 is used as the chlorinating agent:
Hydrochloric acidHydrogen chlorideEthanolSulfuric acid

Question 8: HQ – A blend of distilled mustard (HD) and ________ (Q) (Gates and Moore 1946).
Sulfur mustardSarinPhosgeneChlorine

Question 9: The compound readily eliminates a chloride ion by intramolecular ________ to form a cyclic sulfonium ion.
Nucleophilic substitutionSN1 reactionSN2 reactionElimination reaction

Question 10: However, when used in impure form as warfare agents they are usually yellow-brown in color and have an odor resembling mustard plants, ________ or horseradish, hence the name.
GarlicFennelCuminPomegranate







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