Liquids are fluids characterized by particles that move freely, without a tendency to
separate from one another as in the case with a gas. What are examples of mist
a. Benzol and carbon tetrachloride.
b. Lead and mercury.
Insecticide and water.
d. Oil and vinegar.
The most common route of entry to the body for a chemical agent is through
The human tracheobronchial system is lined with short hairs known as
Name the two body organs that play the major role in extracting and expelling
The skin offers virtually no resistance to the entry of harmful chemicals into the