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The agent used to destroy microorganisms on an article depends on the: a. Number of microorganisms present on the article b. Size of the article c. Intended use of the article d. Weight of the article
The agent used to destroy microorganisms on an article depends on the intended use of the article.
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The agent used to destroy microorganisms on an article depends on the intended use of the article.
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