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dB is a standard abbreviation used for the quantitative expression of 

  • the density of bacteria in a medium

  • a particular pollutant

  • the dominant Bacillus in a culture

  • a certain pesticide


B.

a particular pollutant

Noise pollution is a physical form of pollution that affects the receiver directly. dB (decibel) is a standard abbreviation used for the quantitative expression of noise. Noise or pollutant sound has a value of 80 dB and above, it harms hearing system. The WHO has fixed 45 dB as the safe noise level for city

Noise pollution is a physical form of pollution that affects the receiver directly. dB (decibel) is a standard abbreviation used for the quantitative expression of noise. Noise or pollutant sound has a value of 80 dB and above, it harms hearing system. The WHO has fixed 45 dB as the safe noise level for city

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What is the term for the inflammation of cornea due to high absorption of UV-B radiation :
  • myopia
  • snow blindness
  • biomagnification
  • None of the above

B.

snow blindness
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In the scrubber in the electrostatic precipitator the gases are passed through :
  • filter
  • lime
  • spray of water
  • both 2 and 3

D.

both 2 and 3
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Ozone depletion will cause :
  • Forest fire
  • Pneumonia
  • Increased incidence of skin cancer
  • None of these

C.

Increased incidence of skin cancer
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Which of the following pollutants is not produced by exhaust of motor vehicles ?
  • CO
  • Hydrocarbon
  • Fly-ash
  • NO

C.

Fly-ash
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The meaning of BOD is :
  • Bacterial oxygen demand
  • Biological optimum density
  • Biochemical oxygen demand
  • Bioorganisation decay

C.

Biochemical oxygen demand
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