Yesterday I was thinking about LSD, and how drugging an enemy soldier with it would probably really screw up their plans of staying safe and being alive. The problem I'm still having, though, is the delivery method.
So I thought back to WWI, and chemical warfare. I imagined an artillery strike of LSD gas, which seeps through the trenches, affecting any soldier with exposed skin.
The main question I have about this, though, is if LSD could actually be converted into gaseous form, and if this gas would have the desired effect (that is, of being heavy enough to linger and potent enough to cause effects when in contact with human skin). Is this scenario possible/plausible?