HN-1 – 2,2 dichloro-triethylamine
Formula :  (ClCH2CH2)2NC2H5
Description :  Also called Nitrogen mustard is a liquid that is vaporized.
                        State: Liquid
                        Odor :   Faint odor varying from fishy to musty, vapor odorless
                        Color :  Oily colorless
                        Type : Blister Nitrogen Mustard
                        Persistency: Liquid may last 1 to 1.5  day, 
                                                   About 1 week in cold conditions
                        Density: 1.9
                        Decomposition point: 194° C
Symptoms : Attacks the respiratory tract and may cause eye permanent injury
                         or  blindness.
                        Toxic to subcutaneous tissues
                        Rash quickly but blister slowly
                        Highly toxic, it has the greatest immediate effect on the eyes
Protection : Mask and respirator
                         Full clothing prorection against hazards of liquid mist and
                         heavy vapor.
First-Aid : Wash the contaminated parts with soap and water.
                      Use mydriatics and antibiotics.
                      Treat as a burn after removing the agent