I'm a chemist.
1. Name of material: Nitric Acid. Unit: Liter. Quantity: 600. Origin: Iraqi.
2. Name of material: Third Oxide of Chrome. Unit: KG. Quantity: 500. Origin: English/Chinese.
3. Name of material: Dye . Unit: KG. Quantity: 25. Origin: Western.
4. Name of material: HCL. Unit: Ton. Quantity: 15. Origin: Iraqi.
5. Name of material: Hylite Zinc. Unit: KG. Quantity: 500. Origin: Western.
6. Name of material: SODIUM CYANIDE. Unit: KG. Quantity: 500. Origin: Western.
17. Name of material: SULFURIC ACID. Unit: Ton. Quantity: 30. Origin: Iraqi.
Let's see. Sodium Cyanide (NaCN) and dilute Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is what you use in the gas chamber. Mix well and you get hydrogen cyanide.
Third oxide of chrome, I think is Cr2O3, but I don't know what you could use it for. I'll have to check...
Dye could be anything.
Hylite Zinc. Don't know what this is either. Translation prob.? I'll try google and see what happens.
posted on 05/23/2006 7:30:11 PM PDT
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posted on 05/23/2006 7:38:14 PM PDT
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posted on 05/23/2006 7:47:29 PM PDT
Chrome plating uses sodium cyanide. In this case, I find no smoking gun quality to this list of chemicals. I once worked for a company and they had a 55 gal. drum of sodium cyanide just sitting around in a small storage room with no special protection.
posted on 05/24/2006 1:34:26 AM PDT
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