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If you remove the biological (etiologic) contamination hazards through destroying microorganisms and their toxins, what mechanism of decontamination did you use? a) Emulsification b) Disposal c)
Disinfection d) Absorption
C) disinfection
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User: If you remove the biological (etiologic) contamination hazards through destroying microorganisms and their toxins, what mechanism of decontamination did you use? a) Emulsification b) Disposal c) Disinfection d) Absorption

Weegy: C) disinfection
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