tetraethyl pyrophosphate


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tetraethyl pyrophosphate

n.
TEPP.
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The top court ruled that the poison used could have been tetraethyl pyrophosphate as determined in the final ruling that saw Masaru Okunishi convicted of killing five people and injuring 12 others after they drank the tainted wine at a local community meeting in the central Japan city.
Organophosphorus pesticides were first developed in Germany during the world war second in the form of tetraethyl pyrophosphate (TEPP) as a byproduct of nerve gas equipment.