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1-56. Beta  particles  have  poor penetrating  ability  but  their ionizing power is about 100 times that of gamma rays. 1. True 2. False 1-57. When  ingested  with  food,  inhaled, or  admitted  into  the  body  through cuts  or  open  wounds,  what  specific type  of  radiation  becomes particularly  destructive  if  it  is retained in the body for a lengthy time? 1. Neutron 2. Gamma 3. Beta 4. Alpha 1-58. Radioactivity  can  only  be  removed by  using  what  process? 1. Chemical   neutralization 2. Physical  removal 3. Sterilization 4. Cooking 1-59. Contaminated  food  items  should  be monitored  in  their  dry  states because  dilution  with  water  yields what result? 1. Lowers  the  beta  readings 2. Raises  the  alpha  readings 3. Damages  the  radiac  instruments 4. Provides  additional contamination 1-60. The  method  of  gross  decontamination is  limited  to  removing  radioactive material  from  which  of  the following   sources? 1. Food  contact  surfaces 2. The  galley  deck 3. Galley  personnel 4. Canned  food  items 1-61. In what case,   if any, may you use water  already  contaminated  by radioactivity  in  the  process  of decontamination? 1. It can be used only to wash decks 2. It can be used for all gross decontamination   procedures 3. It can be used to wash surfaces more  heavily  contaminated  than the water 4. None; it cannot be used for any decontamination   purposes 1-62. Which  of  the  following  cleaning solutions may you use in radiological  decontamination  if  you do not have a cleaning agent specifically  designed  for decontaminating  galley  surfaces? 1. Citric  acid,  trisodium phosphate,  and  hot  water 2. General-purpose   detergent, trisodium  phosphate,  and  hot water 3. Chlorine  bleach, general-purpose  detergent,  and hot water 4. Vinegar,   general-purpose detergent,    and hot water 1-63. In what order should the steps used in  decontaminating  spaces  and equipment  be  performed? 1. Flush with water, scrub with alkaline  detergents,  rinse  with water,   and  apply  acid  solution 2. Flush with water, scrub with alkaline  detergents,  apply  acid solution,   and rinse with water 3. Apply  acid  solution,  rinse  with water,  scrub  with  alkaline detergents,    and flush with water 4. Scrub  with  alkaline  detergents, flush with water, apply acid solution, and rinse with water 7

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