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Nuclear fallout: Quiz


Question 1: Water and detergent washing is effective on removing less than about 50% of this chemically bonded activity from ________ or steel (complete decontamination requires aggressive treatment like sandblasting, or acidic treatment).

Question 2: ________, a series of booklets and a public information film series produced for the British government in the 1970s and 1980s.
Charley SaysThe War GameProtect and SurviveNuclear weapons and the United Kingdom

Question 3: Fallout from a seawater burst is difficult to remove once it has soaked into porous surfaces because the fission products are present as metallic ________ which become chemically bonded to many surfaces.
Half cellIonElectrolyteLithium-ion battery

Question 4: It can lead to the contamination of the animal ________.
PredationHerbivoreCarnivoreFood chain

Question 5: During the ________, the governments of the U.S., the USSR and Great Britain attempted to educate their citizens about surviving a nuclear attack.
Cold WarJoseph StalinVietnam WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 6: ________ - largest nuclear fallout accident by United States.
PlutoniumNuclear weaponCastle BravoUranium

Question 7: Atomic Cafe - Documentary film about nuclear ________ films.
Fallout shelterBlast shelterCivil defenseNuclear proliferation

Question 8: It commonly refers to the radioactive dust created when a ________ explodes.
Nuclear proliferationNuclear weapons testingNuclear weaponNuclear arms race

Question 9: Fallout can also refer to ________, although a nuclear reactor does not explode like a nuclear weapon.
Radiation poisoningIonizing radiationNuclear fissionNuclear and radiation accidents

Question 10: Fallout (RTÉ drama) - Irish drama exploring some of the possible scenarios following a nuclear accident at ________.
MagnoxSellafieldChapelcross nuclear power stationHeysham nuclear power station


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