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Volatile organic compound: Quiz

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Question 1: Industrial use of ________ produces VOCs either directly as products (e.g.
Fossil fuelCarbon sinkBiofuelCarbon tax

Question 2: The aromatic VOC compound ________, emitted from exhaled cigarette smoke is labeled as carcinogenic, and is ten times higher in smokers than in nonsmokers.
BenzenePyridineEthyleneAlkane

Question 3: Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are ________ compounds that have high enough vapor pressures under normal conditions to significantly vaporize and enter the atmosphere.
Organic compoundBiochemistryCarbonOrganic chemistry

Question 4: The ________ regulates VOCs in the air, water, and land.
OklahomaColoradoUnited States Environmental Protection AgencyFlorida

Question 5: Volatile organic chemicals which are ________ would be regulated by thePipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration while being transported.
NitrogenNFPA 704Dangerous goodsChlorine

Question 6: The ________ and its Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulate VOC exposure in the workplace.
United States Department of Commerce and LaborBureau of Labor StatisticsUnited States CabinetUnited States Department of Labor

Question 7: The exhaled human breath contains few hundreds of volatile organic compounds and is used in breath analysis to serve as a VOC biomarker to test for diseases such as ________.
MesotheliomaSolitary pulmonary noduleNon-small cell lung carcinomaLung cancer

Question 8: ________, a VOC, is an important greenhouse gas.
MethanolOxygenMethanePropane

Question 9: The ________ implementation even includes a short list labeled VOCs in connection with contaminants which are organic and volatile.
Water supply and sanitation in the United StatesDrinking water quality in the United StatesUnited States Environmental Protection AgencySafe Drinking Water Act

Question 10: Office equipment, such laser printers can emit ultrafine aerosol particles, which can contribute to ________ emission in an indoor environment.
OzoneCarbonOxygenChlorine







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