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5 Matching questions

  1. what is the difference between water-oil/oil-water emulsions?
  2. what is the bottle method of emulsification and what is it's ratio?
  3. which of the following types of water CANNOT be used for making injections?
    a) sterile water for inhalation
    b) bacteristatic water USP
    c) water for injection USP
    d) sterile water for irrigation USP
  4. What is a tincture?
  5. what is reverse osmosis?
  1. a Tincture is an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of chemicals or soluble constituents of vegetable drugs.
    Tinctures must be keep away from light and heat
  2. b Opposite of osmosis using high pressure to move from region of high solvent concentration to region of low solvent concentration.
  3. c Its a variation of dry gum: oil:water:acacia
    3;2;1 or 2:1;1
  4. d Ans: the difference is the dispersed phase/continuous phase
    dispersed phase comes first
    Water-oil: dispersed phase is water.
    Oil-water: dispersed phase is oil
  5. e Ans: A and C
    Note that only water for injection and bacteristatic water may be used

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. It contains pyrogens which are microbial compounds increase body temperature.
  2. A concentrated alcohol solution of a vegetable drug of such strength that 1mL= one gram of the dry form of the drug
  3. ...dunno
  4. 1. water washable bases
    2. Oleaginous/hydrocarbon/oil bases
    3.Emulsion bases
  5. water:oil:emulsifying agent (eg. acacia)

5 True/False questions

  1. what is the nacent method?Tincture is an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of chemicals or soluble constituents of vegetable drugs.
    Tinctures must be keep away from light and heat

          

  2. Water soluble bases are made from this important compound:Poly Ethylene Glycol (PEG)

          

  3. what is the difference between wet gum and dry gum method of making emulsions?Ans: the difference is the dispersed phase/continuous phase
    dispersed phase comes first
    Water-oil: dispersed phase is water.
    Oil-water: dispersed phase is oil

          

  4. what is the use of emulsifying agents?Opposite of osmosis using high pressure to move from region of high solvent concentration to region of low solvent concentration.

          

  5. Sorbic Acid and glycerin is an important component of?Capsules

          

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