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lesson03-test_100 - Question 1 The four dominant fate...

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Question 1 5.55 out of 5.55 points The four dominant fate determining processes are- Selected Answer: Water solubility, degradation, volatilization, and sorption. Correct Answer: Water solubility, degradation, volatilization, and sorption. Question 2 5.55 out of 5.55 points What are the major fates for a chemical that is totally dissolved in water? Selected Answer: Movement with the water and degradation. Correct Answer: Movement with the water and degradation. Question 3 5.55 out of 5.55 points Volatility of chemicals increases with temperature. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: True Question 4 5.55 out of 5.55 points The larger the torr value the less volatile the chemical. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Question 5 5.55 out of 5.55 points The Henry’s Law Constant is defined as: Selected Answer: The ratio of the concentrations of the chemical in air and water. Correct Answer: The ratio of the concentrations of the chemical in air and water. Question
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course ENVR 600 taught by Professor Pfaender during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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lesson03-test_100 - Question 1 The four dominant fate...

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