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115? Edit

Just thinking, perhaps Nova 6 is some gas form of element 115, perhaps mixed with other chemicals.AdvancedRookie 20:57, November 23, 2010 (UTC)

I don't think so. Element 115, if I remember correctly, is ununpentium on the periodic table. The three elements of Nova 6, however, are shown to be sulphur, rhenium, and neodymium. Sgt. S.S. 22:35, December 27, 2010 (UTC)

There are several reasons why Nova 6 can't include 115: 1) It is not highlighted on the PSE where the main components are shown, as Sgt. S.S. already pointed out. 2) 115 is highly radioactive and thus incapable of stable chemical bonding. 3) Until now, no 115 has succesfully been synthesized. According to the Nazi Zombies lore, it is only found upon certain meteorites. Thus, 115 lacks the quantity here on earth to be suitable for mass-production, which it had to be according to the Soviet first-strike plan presented in the Black Ops campaign. 4) We already "know" the effects of 115 according to Nazi Zombies lore: reanimating corpses to zombies and the shiny lightning bolts shot by the Wunderwaffe DG-2. These don't resemble the effects of Nova 6, but it would have to if it was a component of this gas. Marioverraeter 16:42, January 30, 2011 (UTC)

chemical instead of biological weapon Edit

There is a flaw in the story and campaign of Black Ops relating to Nova 6: Steiner mentions at some point that he was frustrated by earlier experiments with chemical weapons, and that was why they went over to biological weapons, of which Nova 6 emerged. That way, he states that Nova 6 was a biological weapon. However, it is in fact a chemical weapon, according to both the elements marked in the PSE somewhere later (those were clearly inorganic) and the symptoms shown when it is tested in the gas chamber - biological weapons can't have an effect within a few seconds, as bacteria, protozoa und viruses all need to incubate the human body to have effects later on. They confused chemical with biological weapons. Marioverraeter 16:49, January 30, 2011 (UTC)

Here's a thought...Edit

Since N6 is supposed to be a nerve gas, like CB or Sarin gas, that would probably mean that burning the stuff would destroy it. That would mean that "weaponizing" N6 like how it was done at the end of WMD by straping C4 charges to barels of the stuff was a really dumb idea. Just sayin' Caustic260 16:12, April 5, 2011 (UTC)


I see what your getting at. but in the campain where your at the WMD mission. the C4 straped to explosives not to nova gas, and even when you play, when you drive off the the wearhouse explodes and no NG was realased. K.R

MW3? Edit

Hey guys I was wondering, did they ever make clear as to what that toxic gas that was used in MW3 was?

Could it have been Nova6? Titan21 05:21, December 24, 2011 (UTC)Titan21

It couldn't have been Nova 6, for two reasons:
  1. MW3 doesn't take place in the same canonical universe as BO.
  2. If it was Nova 6, the corpses seen in places like Paris would have scaling blackened skin, but they don't. Sgt. S.S. 10:23, February 16, 2012 (UTC)

just saying that the gas is made of 3 elements and those are Sulfar, Neodymium & Rehenioum. do they scientificly conduct to make a WMD. NEED some brainz here

formulaEdit

Nova_6.png some n99a , on the left of the img (I tried also watch a yt walkthrough hd (end of yaman mission) but still bad visual) , what the hell Tellurium As phosphour and some kind of bi(ox)quinolone , wtf , there is some good render , what are the center and the groups ?! OH NHCH3 OR OCH2CH3 OPO(x1)(x2) CH3 F Cl Br I CN or what ?!
btw I saw polyether , BPA (bisphenol A , aka 4 4' di PhOH C(CH3)2 , BPA diepoxy and some catalyzer n sht and somewhat a polymer of it , also VX structure (in Laos or bankok part , where they try to talk a brit guy who knows)

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