The following equation is called γ= Ktn.

  1. Power law
  2. Ostwald de Wael Equation
  3. Both A and B
  4. None of above

Very Fine powdered chemical is defined as:

  1. Completely pass through # 80 sieve
  2. Completely pass through # 120 sieve
  3. Completely pass through # 20 sieve
  4. Passes through # 40 sieve and not more than 60% through #60

Application of potentiometric titration are:                                                                                                                                                   

  1. Titration involving oxidation reduction reaction
  2. Titration involving precipitation reaction
  3. Titration involving strong acid and strong base
  4. Titration involving strong acid and weak base
  5. P, Q    B. Q, R C. R, S D. P, S

Complete separation of tablet in two or more layers is a called:

  1. Capping
  2. Lamination
  3. Picking
  4. Mottling

Humidity in the operating area of capsule manufacturing is normally:

  1. 60%
  2. 50%
  3. 40%
  4. 20%

Perkin condensation yields:

  1. Unsaturated acids
  2. Saturated acids
  3. Unsaturated Ketones
  4. Unsaturated Aldehydes

Bloom strength of gelatin normally is:

  1. 50 gm  
  2. 200 gm  
  3. 300 gm
  4. 400 gm

Deposition of enzyme on the carrier by applying electric current is called:

  1. Electrophoresis
  2. Electroporation
  3. Electrodesposition
  4. Electrotransformation

Drop weight method is used to measure:

  1. Viscosity
  2. Specific Volume
  3. Surface Tension
  4. Solubility

Salbutamol (Asthalin) is an anti-asthmatic drug intended to act on bronchi. Its action will be considered as:

  1. Topical
  2. Systemic
  3. None
  4. Can’t say

Trinitroglycerine is used to treat angina pain. Select the most suitable route of administration.

  1. Oral
  2. Inhalation
  3. Sub lingual
  4. Parentral

G proteins are:

  1. Tetrameric
  2. Bimeric
  3. Trimeric
  4. Pentameric

Polarogram containing electroluminescent substance is obtained by plotting:

  1. Current vs Volume
  2. Current vs Potential
  3. Resistance vs Time
  4. Potential vs Volume

Reversible conversion of ketone to alcohal can be catalyzed by

  1.  Hydrolases
  2. Oxidoreductases
  3. Isomerases
  4. Lyases

One pair is incorrect:

  1. Anisocytic-cruciferous stomata
  2. Paracytic-rubiaceous
  3. Anomopcytic- ranunculaceous
  4. Dicytic- irregular cell stomata
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