What is a 'Weapon of Mass Distruction?'by Ellen Corke on 09/03/13
Chemical weapons experts said that although the two substances (sodium fluoride and potassium fluoride) have a variety of uses such as the fluoridation of drinking water, they are also key to producing the chemical effect which makes a nerve agent such as Sarin so toxic.
Questions: Chemical weapons used in Syria - BAD = WW3? Same chemicals used in the US through the public water supplies - NOT BAD?
Keep in mind -
Fluoride is the negative ion of the element fluorine. Fluoride often is written as F-. Any compound, whether it is organic or inorganic, that contains the fluoride ion is also known as a fluoride. Examples include CaF2 (calcium fluoride) and NaF (sodium fluoride). Ions containing the fluoride ion are similarly called fluorides