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This column is an abstract from an article that first appeared in a 1917 issue of THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE which discussed how readily the American chemical industry embraced their roll after the United States committed itself to the war.

"While I have every respect for German chemists, I have a higher respect for American chemists and I have no doubt whatever but that they will be found equal to the task of conducting this war of chemistry in a manner thoroughly creditable to themselves and the nation."

There is much talk of the procurement of potash, toluol and trinitrotoluol which were necessary elements in the manufacture of gas.

Click here to read more about gas warfare during World War One.

     


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