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hydrogen sulfide poisoning

Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless gas with irritating and suffocating properties. Low-concentration exposure only has local irritation to the respiratory tract and eyes. At high concentrations, the systemic effect is more obvious, showing symptoms of the central nervous system and suffocation. Hydrogen sulfide has a "rotten egg" smell, but the extremely high concentration quickly causes olfactory fatigue without noticing it...



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