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General Question 3

In the ERG, entries highlighted in green are at least one of the following except:

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General Question 4

According to table two in the ERG, what gas would be generated from getting Lithium Nitride wet?

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General Question 5

The "movement of a chemical, biological warfare agent, or other substance, through a fabric at a molecular level" best defines:

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Chemistry Question 1

Which is the correct general formula for the Aromatic family? 

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Chemistry Question 2

Which has no electrical charge?

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Chemistry Question 3

You are reading a known spill of propenol at 68°F in a confined room. The correction factor for L.E.L is 2.1. The correction factor for P.I.D. is 2.4. The published L.E.L. is 2.5%. Assume no other chemicals are present. Predict which set of readings would be expected. Propenol's vapor pressure can be found in the [...]

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Meter Readings Question 8

Oxygen sensor indicates a 1% drop. This correlates to which of the following in PPM?

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Meter Readings Question 9

PID reads 2000 PPM of a known chemical. C.F. is 2.5. Oxygen sensor reads 20.8%. Which of the following are correct conversions to PPM?

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Meter Readings Question 10

PID reads 4,100 PPM of a known chemical. C.F. is 6.1. Oxygen sensor reads 20.4%. Which of the following are correct conversions to PPM?

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Meter Readings Question 11

In the preceding questions 9 & 10 meter readings have been converted to PPM. By comparing the data in PPM the Hazardous Materials Technician can see that the environment is displacing about equal PPM on both sensors. However, if the PID showed a significantly decreased value as compared to the Oxygen, it may indicate the [...]

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