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User avatar #1 - icollectraresbro (08/11/2014) [+] (29 replies)
sciencexplain or someone pls halp
User avatar #4 to #1 - sciencexplain (08/11/2014) [-]
Depends. One of the most well known examples is the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. The black hand gang killers were terminally ill, and so took cyanide to end their lives dramatically. However, the cyanide had expired and caused them to vomit violently, and so it didn't kill them.

Concerning the question, different poisons behave differently when they decompose over time. Organics lose their toxicity, but it takes ages for them to completely neutralise, so you would just have to take more of it. Some organics can also become more poisonous and, like internetexplain said, can produce gases like nerve gases. Inorganics don't break down as such, but they take moisture from the surrounding air and use that to chemically alter their form and structure. This makes them take longer to work, but they are just as deadly.

So, in conclusion, you can't generalise that statement. You need to know the specific poison you're dealing with.
#16 - memustardo (08/12/2014) [-]
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