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alpha-emitting substances, such as rafon gas, can be a serious health hazard only if a. they are inhaled or eaten. b. theif radiation strikes the skin. c. exposure to them is external. d. non of the above.
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User: alpha-emitting substances, such as rafon gas, can be a serious health hazard only if a. they are inhaled or eaten. b. theif radiation strikes the skin. c. exposure to them is external. d. non of the above.

Weegy: Alpha-emitting substances such as radon gas, can be a serious health hazard only if they are inhaled or eaten.
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User: which of the following is NOT a step in operation of a Geiger counter? a. nuclear radiation ionizes gas in a tube. b. ionized gas produces an electric current. c. magnets cause the ions to conduct electricity. d. the electric current is detected and measured.



Weegy: Magnets cause the ions to conduct electricity is not part of the Geiger counter.
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