Origin of phosgene
Examples from the Web for phosgene
Historical Examples of phosgene
Phosgene was one of the deadliest gases employed in the war.
The phosgene, kept liquid by refrigeration, was run into the shell by an automatic filler.
England received 900 tons of our chlorpicrin and 368 tons of American phosgene.
Phosgene is a gas that may be condensed easily to a liquid by cooling it down to 46 degrees Fahrenheit.Creative Chemistry
Edwin E. Slosson
This photo shows the Livens drums being filled with phosgene.