Suspensions are made by mixing which of the following?
a. A water wettable powder and an organic solvent.
b. A dust and a wetting agent.
c. A dust and water.
d. A wettable powder and water.
e. A suspendable concentrate and water.
A disadvantage of the suspension is that it:
a. Is easily absorbed through the skin.
b. Is expensive.
c. Must be constantly agitated.
d. Penetrates building materials, losing much of its residual effect.
A solution consists of:
a. A solution concentrate mixed with water.
b. An emulsifiable concentrate mixed with oil.
c. A solution concentrate and diluent in which the concentrate is soluble.
d. A wettable powder and an organic solvent.