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As pointed out in the paper, although sulfur mustard is less lethal than nerve agents, exposure to this vesicant can trigger a host of long-term consequences, leading to permanent disability. #chemical weapons

Prompt decontamination with copious water is key to limit the damages resulting from sulfur mustard exposure. Hence, raising awareness among potential victims and first responders is essential. #chemical weapons

As described in the paper, exposure to sulfur mustard is particularly insidious, because its symptoms do not appear immediately. Only one member of the family took a shower after about an hour from exposure. No one change their clothes. #chemical weapons

The family was exposed to sulfur mustard on August 21, 2015, when a chemical weapons attack attributed to non-state actors occurred in the city of Marea, Syria. #chemical weapons

Day 5/7 #7BooksILove - One book a day, for seven days. Just the cover, with no explanation or review.

The #ScienceforDiplomats version of the Annex on Chemicals. Schedules with structures & annotated with Scientific Advisory Board Advice! (has new updates) https://t.co/x8RPJb6olj

Day 4/7 #7BooksILove - One book a day, for seven days. Just the cover, with no explanation or review.

6/7 However, as shown here, there are some differences in the events captured by the two analyses. Together, the two analyses complement each other well and highlight the most salient chemical weapons events for the year 2018. #chemical weapons #textmining

Chemical weapons in the newspapers and on Twitter: 2018 in review

Several noteworthy events related to chemical weapons occurred in 2018. Which of them were covered more extensively in the newspapers and sparked more...

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5/7 The second one is a reported chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, which was followed by a joint strike against Syrian targets. #chemical weapons #textmining
https://t.co/fb6avZIu0S

4/7 The first one is the use of a novichok nerve agent in Salisbury, UK, for the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal with a Novichok nerve agent. #chemical weapons. #chemical weapons #textmining https://t.co/UcABSP9hee

3/7 The two analyses largely captured the same events. Overwhelmingly, two separate events that occurred during the months of March and April generated the most media coverage as well as the highest attention on Twitter. #chemical weapons #textmining

Chemical weapons in the newspapers and on Twitter: 2018 in review

Several noteworthy events related to chemical weapons occurred in 2018. Which of them were covered more extensively in the newspapers and sparked more...

costanzireport.com

2/7 Today, I posted a follow up text mining analysis of the newspaper headlines on chemical weapons for the year 2018. #chemical weapons #textmining
https://t.co/KMgxNE17mg

Day 3/7 #7BooksILove - One book a day, for seven days. Just the cover, with no explanation or review.

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