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Question 1: Inactive ingredients in alcohol rubs typically include a thickening agent such as polyacrylic acid for alcohol gels, humectants such as glycerin for liquid rubs, propylene glycol, and ________ of plants.
AromatherapyPerfumeEssential oilPeppermint

Question 2: ________ is rated as a level 7 high hazard in the Cosmetics Safety Database.
ChlorhexidinePovidone-iodineClioquinolTriclosan

Question 3: from tap water, produces dioxins, a probable ________ in humans.
NeoplasmCancerMutagenCarcinogen

Question 4: The level of ________ varies between 60% and 85%.
AlkaneAldehydeEthanolAlcohol

Question 5: [13] The ________ concurs.
Peter TatchellMuslim Council of BritainIraq2003 invasion of Iraq

Question 6: It also has high viricidal activity against many different kinds of viruses, including enveloped viruses such as the flu virus, the common cold virus, and ________, though is notably ineffective against the rabies virus.
HIV and AIDS misconceptionsHIVSafe sexAIDS

Question 7: alcohol and ________), are significantly more effective as preoperative skin topical antiseptics in hospitals than alcohol alone.
MouthwashHydrogen peroxideClioquinolChlorhexidine

Question 8: [18] [19] [20] Alcohol rub sanitizers are not very effective against ________ (winter vomiting virus) unless they are combined with benzalkonium chloride in a hand sanitizer.
NorovirusRotavirusHepatitis BInfluenza

Question 9: The same ingredients used in over-the-counter hand-rubs are also used in hospital hand-rubs: alcohols such ethanol and isopropanol, sometimes combined with quats (quaternary ammonium cations) such as ________.
Didecyldimethylammonium chlorideBenzalkonium chlorideEDTAAcetone

Question 10: Despite common perceptions, alcohol-based hand sanitizers are well-adapted to the ________.
LeatherHuman skinSkinTanning







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