Competitive Exams: Pharmacy MCQs (Practice-Test 7 of 29)

In a formulation laboratory, tablet is to be formulated, the core tablet has bad taste and required protection from moisture. The Tablet should also deliver the drug for local action in intestine:

  1. Suggest suitable method …

    1. Sugar coating

    2. Film coating

    3. Enteric coating

    4. Sub-coating

  2. Choose the correct coating material …

    1. Sugar

    2. Acacia

    3. EC

    4. Acrylates

    Linked questions:

    Triamterine is diuretic drug. It is potassium sparing diuretic …

  3. It contains which is containing heterocyclic ring?

    1. Quinoline

    2. Quinazoline

    3. Pteridine

    4. Pyrimidine

  4. It's mechanism of action is …

    1. Aldosterine antagonist

    2. Block luminal Na + channel

    3. Block Na +/K +/2Cltranporter

    4. Block Na +/Cl-transport

  5. Pyrilamine is antihistaminic drug … Pyrilamine is chemically …

    1. Amino alkyl ether

    2. Imidazole analogue

    3. Ethylene diamines

    4. Propylamines

  6. Pyrilamine maleate is assayed as per IP by titrating with

    1. 0.1 M NaOH

    2. 0.1 M Perchloric acid

    3. 0.1 M HCL

    4. 0.1 M silver nitrate

    As per the woodward-fieser rule, the absorption maxima of the compound shown is calculated from the base value and the ring

    Residue values …

  7. Base value is …

    1. 215 nm

    2. 253 nm

    3. 240 nm

    4. 217 nm

  8. Absorption maxima is …

    1. 220 nm

    2. 230 nm

    3. 258 nm

    4. 268 nm

    An organic compound “X” has an absorption maxima at β17 nm. It's Emax is 16, 000. The absorbance is 0.64 when the cell length is 1 cm.

    The decomposition of drug in aqueous acid solution was found to follow first order reaction. The initial concentration was found

    To be 0.056 M. The initial Concentration was found to be 0.056 M. The concentration after a period of 12 hrs was 4.10 × 102-

    Moles/liter. The reaction rate constant is 0.02599 hr1-

  9. What is the quantity of the drug remaining undecomposed after 8 hrs …

    1. 0.455 moles/litre

    2. 0.25 moles/litre

    3. 0.0455 moles/litre

    4. 0.10 moles/litre

  10. What is the amount of drug deteriorated during the period of 24 hrs?

    1. 0.026 moles/litre

    2. 0.0026 moles/litre

    3. 0.03 moles/litre

    4. 0.053 moles/litre