Despite being dead for over a year, famous author Agatha Christie saved a baby’s life in 1977. Her novel The Pale Horse described thallium poisoning so well that a nurse who’d been reading it was able to diagnose a sick 1-year-old who had doctors...

Despite being dead for over a year, famous author Agatha Christie saved a baby’s life in 1977. Her novel The Pale Horse described thallium poisoning so well that a nurse who’d been reading it was able to diagnose a sick 1-year-old who had doctors...

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Thallium Poisoning. What is thallium poisoning? Symptoms | Patient

Thallium Poisoning

Thallium is a heavy metal. It has an atomic number of atomic weight of two stable isotopes 203 Tl and 205 Tl and a specific gravity of

Thallium poisoning - Wikipedia

Thallium poisoning - Wikipedia

Thallium Poisoning. What is thallium poisoning? Symptoms | Patient

Thallium Poisoning

This leaflet was written by STARS (the Syncope Trust and Reflex Anoxic Seizures) and is used here with permission.

Brit Journal of Hosp Medicine repts that nurse Marsha Maitland at London's Hammersmith Hosp helped diagnose illness of dying infant who had same symptoms as character in Agatha Christie book The Pale Horse, which she was reading (S)

Agatha Christie Book Saves an Infant's Life

Brit Journal of Hosp Medicine repts that nurse Marsha Maitland at London's Hammersmith Hosp helped diagnose illness of dying infant who had same symptoms as character in Agatha Christie book The Pale Horse, which she was reading (S)

The Chemistry of Poisons – Thallium, ‘The Poisoner’s Poison’

The Chemistry of Poisons – Thallium, ‘The Poisoner’s Poison’

Tetryonics 53.81 - Thallium -  resembles that of the other elements in thallium's group (boron, aluminum, gallium, indium).  However thallium salts (many of which are nearly tasteless) are highly toxic and have been banned in many countries, because of their non-selective toxicity. Thallium poisoning results in hair loss. Because of its historic popularity as a murder weapon, thallium has gained notoriety as "the poisoner's poison" and "inheritance powder" (alongside arsenic).

Tetryonics - Nobelium - was first named nobelium (No) by its claimed discoverers in 1957 by scientists at the Nobel Institute in Sweden. The name was later adopted by Berkeley scientists who claimed its discovery in

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