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7-26.  Storeroom  personnel  should  wear protective  clothing  when  storing  which of  the  following  containers? 1. Acids only 2.  Compressed  gases  only 3.  Flammable  liquids  only 4.  All  hazardous  materials 7-27.  Under  what  circumstances  must  the  deck and the lower part of the bulkhead in a  flammable  liquids  storeroom  be  lined with  watertight  rubber? 1. When an acid locker is not available and acid is stored in the storeroom 2. When a paint locker is not available and paint is stored in the  storeroom 3. When an alcohol locker is not available  and  alcohol  is  stored  in the  storeroom 4. All of the above 7-28. What method should be used to positively  re-identify  metals? 1.  Chemical  analysis 2.  Visual  inspection 3.  Hardness  testing 4. Heat treatment 7-29.  Effective  attainment  of  shelf-life material  control  depends  primarily  on the  efforts  of  what  personnel  aboard ship? 1. Personnel doing repair work 2. Supply support center personnel 3.  Storeroom  personnel 4.  Technical  library  personnel 7-30.  Shelf-life  codes  should  be  assigned  to which of the following types of items? 1. Hazardous 2.  Deteriorative 3. Critical 4. All items identified by FSNs 7-31.  Type  I  shelf-life  items  are identified by which of the following shelf-life  action  codes? 1. UU 2. VV 3. WX 4. XX 7-32. What action is required when a shelf-life item is not marked with any date that can be determined and has an extended value of $50 or more? 1.  Request  disposition  instructions from  the  cognizant  inventory manager 2.  Request  disposition  instructions from the type commander 3. Turn in to stores ashore for disposition 4. Survey as unfit for issue 7-33.  Which  of  the  following  shelf-life items will require the coolest and driest  space  available  for  storage? 1. Dry cell batteries 2.  Aluminum  electrolytic  capacitors 3.  Chemicals  and  rubber  products 4. All of the above 7-34.  At  what  frequency  should  shelf-life material  be  inspected? 1. As frequently as necessary, according  to  shelf-life  code 2.  During  the  scheduled  inventory cycle 3. Only as issued 4. Before a shipyard overhaul 7-35. When your ship cannot restore a type II shelf-life item that has reached the end of its storage life, it should  be 1. turned in ashore 2. returned to stock after testing 3.  surveyed  and  destroyed 4. used only for a secondary purpose 51

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