Phosphine – The gas with a toxic edge

Phosphine is a colourless, flammable, and toxic gas with an odour of garlic or decaying fish. Phosphine is pyrophoric in high concentrations and may form explosive mixtures with air – it ignites spontaneously on contact with air.

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