Metal embrittlement agents.

Metal embrittlement agents. (Cat. 0) - Non-lethal weapon substances that alter the crystal structure of metals within a short time span. Metal embrittlement agents severely weaken metals by chemically changing their molecular structure. These agents are compounded in various substances to include adhesives, liquids, aerosols, foams, and lubricants.


15 CFR § 772.1

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