On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 11:30:40PM +0100, lbedford at wbtsystems.com mentioned:
> you could wlays use the acid they use for etching chips.. H2F IIRC..
> HydroFluoric acid. Goes through the skin and attacks the bones from the inside.
Isn't Hydroflouric acid quite weak, on account of the strong hydrogen
bond with an ion that small ? I do know if you can get it into cuts etc.
though, it'll short circuit their nervous system though.
Direct injection of a strong sodium flouride solution is a great way of
giving someone an nearly indetectable heart attack. Air bubbles work
quicker, but are more detectable...
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