Smoke Screens and Gas Masks: Chemistry Goes to War
Marissa's Books & Gifts, LLC
In the 1960s during the Vietnam War, US forces used a chemical substance called napalm to burn away the jungle in search of enemy soldiers. But when napalm came in contact with human skin, it caused horrific injuries. Its use in war became highly controversial. Chemistry has long been at the heart of warfare.
Lerner Publications ™
July 31, 2017