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Question: Type B radioactive material packaging is designed and tested to withstand

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  1.  Normal handling conditions
  2.  Normal and rough handling conditions
  3.  Normal and rough handling, and accident conditions

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3. Normal and rough handling, and accident conditions

Type B radioactive material packaging is designed and tested to withstand normal and rough handling, and accident conditions.


Explanation:

The transport of high-intensity radioactive material requires packaging of Type B.

The amount of radioactivity allowed in Type B packaging is greater than Type A packaging. Because these may contain materials with radioactivity values ​​to be harmful if released to the environment.

Examples of such items include radiography sources, research and industrial sources, and used nuclear reactor fuel.

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