Conflict in Ukraine: Russian shelling blamed for corrosive gas leak

In air, it is imperceptible, but has a distinct unpleasant odor, and in high concentrations it has both an irritating and corrosive effect. This can cause pain and burns to the respiratory tract and injury to the eyes. However, it is lighter than air, so it does not stay on the ground for as long as some other dangerous gases.

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