Everyone is exposed to radiation on a continuing basis from either or sources.
Radon dose comes primarily from its daughter products which are ?
The label required for radioactive material packages with a maximum dose rate of 200 mR/hr at the surface of the package is:
Nuclear medicine techniques work through the detection of this kind of radiation, injected into the body by adding a radioisotope to a certain drug:
To determine the amount of radioactive material in a package of radioactive materials, you would look at the:
Chronic exposures are:
In a, a major failure has occurred, but an immediate response by the public is not needed.
The three main barriers in a nuclear power plant to prevent release of fission products are the fuel rods, the reactor vessel, and the ________________________.
Cancerous tumor cells can be treated by high energy or _____________________________.
The three factors which are important in protecting individuals from radiation are:
The distinctive symbol used to identify radioactive materials is the:
A member of the public should give lifesaving first aid to injured victims of a radiological transportation accident:
The two radionuclides which concentrate in seafood are:
Nuclear power plant emergency plans are required to incorporate actions for which of the following types of radiological hazards?
The majority of radioactive material shipments are made in this type of packaging.
Unbroken radioactive material packages never have a surface radiation dose above this level:
To prevent fuel damage, decay heat must be removed from the reactor core:
The 7:10 Rule of Thumb:
An example of a manmade source of radiation is:
Just as in an emergency resulting from a nuclear power accident, the three most important ways of reducing the radiation exposure from fallout from a nuclear weapon are:
The key elements of emergency management are , Response, Recovery and,
A unit used to express the exposure an individual receives is the:
In every nuclear power plant that generates electricity, the following components are present:
Just under half of man’s exposure to external natural radiation comes from?
By far, the radionuclide used in most nuclear medicine procedures is:
A large modern nuclear power plant has approximately fuel assemblies in its core.
A nuclear explosion which releases energy equivalent to 7,000,000 tons of TNT:
Radiation that individuals are exposed to on a continuing basis which is considered non lifethreatening is also known as this kind of radiation?
Control rods are used in a reactor core to:
The label required for radioactive material packages in excess of 50 mr/hr but less than 200 mr/hr is:
According to the “7:10 Rule of Thumb,” if the exposure rate one hour after detonation of a nuclear weapon is 500 R/hr, the exposure rate approximately 14 days later (343 hours) will be approximately:
Radiological survey instruments:
Nuclear explosions can be of times more powerful than the largest conventional weapon.
Type B packages must be able to meet Type A requirements and also withstand the effects of ______________________ conditions?
Cosmic radiation and radiation from terrestrial sources are examples of:
Which of the following is an example of proper units for expressing exposure rate?
Because of its low penetrating ability, the type of radiation which is usually only a hazard when inhaled or ingested is:
The total energy released in a nuclear explosion, is the explosions:
Radioactive fallout makes the surface it comes into contact with radioactive. (True or False?)
Most debris from a nuclear weapons test:
Radioactive decay is defined as:
In the United States, serious radiation exposures:
The rem is a unit used to measure:
The immediate destructive action of a nuclear explosion is caused by this.
A detonation of a nuclear explosive above 100,000 feet of altitude is called ______________.
A chain reaction results when a uranium atom is struck by a/an ______________released by a nearby Uranium atom undergoing fission.
If evacuation is required following a nuclear power plant accident, it is recommended that individuals living anywhere closer than miles be evacuated.
Many smoke detectors contain:
Radiation received by the body over a short period is:
In a pressurized water reactor the primary cooling water: