When dealing with radioactive material, the correct response guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook can be identified by using which of the following: a. UN Identification number. b. Proper
shipping name. c. Shipment placards. d. All of the above.
d. All of the above.
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User: When dealing with radioactive material, the correct response guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook can be identified by using which of the following: a. UN Identification number. b. Proper shipping name. c. Shipment placards. d. All of the above.

Weegy: d. All of the above.
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User: The Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) states that “medical problemstake priority over radiological concerns.” a. True. b. False.

Weegy: a. True.

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Molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) has a half-life of 66 hours. After 132 hours, how much of an initial sample of 10 Ci of Mo-99 would remain? a. 10 Ci b. 5 Ci c. 2.5 Ci d. 1.25 Ci
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There are a few ways to figure it, but a way to easily do it (without bringing out the natural log) is by looking at the half-life, the time you were given, and the principal amount. The half life is 66 hours in this case which means that every 66 hours, the amount of our sample is 50% of what it was 66 hours before. If you had 10 Ci at the very beginning, 66 hours later, you would have 5 Ci. Then 66 hours after that, you would have 2.5 Ci and 66 hours after that, 1.25 Ci. In this case, you had 132 hours. 132/66 = 2. So divide 10 Ci in half twice: 10/2 = 5 Ci / 2 = 2.5 Ci.
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