When a chemical kills your lung, why is it called an aerosol?
Chemicals are now being used in so many different products that they are often not known by the full name.
In the United States alone, they have been implicated in the deaths of tens of thousands of people.
In response, many companies are beginning to use new and different names for them.
Here’s what you need to know about some of the more common ones.
Chemical sunscreen: Chemical sunscreen is a name given to the chemical compounds used in sunscreens that act to protect against UVB light, as well as to protect the skin from the sun.
The word sunscreen itself derives from the Greek word for ‘brightness’, which means ‘protection from the elements’.
The term is often used as a synonym for sun protection.
It is derived from the word sun, which means “sun”.
Chemicals that protect against COVID-19 are called chemotaxis agents.
Chemotaxis refers to a chemical that blocks the action of a virus on the cell membranes of the cells that produce them.
Chemosensors are used to detect the virus.
Chemical sunscreen protects against both UVB and UVA radiation, as it blocks the ability of the virus to reach the cell surface.
Many chemotactic agents, such as the ones used to protect humans from COVID, also act to reduce the amount of COVID.
Chemotherapy agents, which are used in cancer treatment, are known as chemotherapeutics.
Chemotherapeutic agents are drugs that block the action or activity of a biological virus.
The drug is administered in an attempt to stop the virus from replicating.
There are a number of chemotactics that protect people against COIDS, including benzodiazepines, anti-anxiety medications, and anti-depressants.
Chemical inhalers and smokeless tobacco are the other chemotherapies used to control COIDS.
Some chemotaxics also act as anti-infection agents, but they are used less often than other chemotaxy agents.
For example, a small amount of benzodiazapine is given to patients with COVID in the form of a nasal spray.
Benzodiazepine inhalers also are used as cough and cold medicines to treat colds and cough.
Finally, chemotoxins are compounds used to kill bacteria in the lungs.
They can also kill virus-causing bacteria.
Chemo-toxins can kill other viruses, including coronavirus and HIV.
The word toxin comes from the Latin word for the ‘to kill’.
They are a type of toxin, which in addition to killing other viruses can cause damage to the cell membrane.
More chemotoxic agents are being used for the treatment of COIDS than there are people with COIDS to treat.
These include: benzodioxins, which kill viruses; benzodiphenyls, which block viral proteins; benzothiazins, a form of antibiotics used to treat viral infections; and carbamates, a class of chemical weapons used to wipe out human beings.
Top image: Chemical skin care product, Chemotactic Agent, pictured left, and Chemotaxin, right.
Source: New Scientist article