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Inorganic Pharmaceuticals MCQs with Answers

1. Impurities in pharmaceutical
preparation may be due to following
(a) Raw material
(b) Manufacturing process
(c) Chemical instability
(d) All of the above

2. Oxygen requirement in the body can be classified into four major divisions.

  1. (a) Anoxic
  2. (b) Stagnant
  3. (c) Anemic
  4. (d) All of these

3. Nitrous oxide is

  1. (a) analgesic
  2. (b) anaesthetic
  3. (c) both (a) and (b)
  4. (d) none of these

4. Temporary hardness of water may be softened by
(a) boiling
(b) clarks lime process
(c) deionized water
(d) all of the above

5. Permanent hard water may be softened by
(a) addition of soluble carbonate
(b) polyphosphate chelation
(c) zeoolite
(d) all of the above

6. Sterile water for injection may be stored in

  1. (a) Type 1
  2. (b) Type 2
  3. (c) Both (a) and (b)
  4. (d) Type 3

7. Water attack test can be applied for
(a) berosilicate glass
(b) treated sodalime glass
(c) soda lime glass
(d) general purpose soda lime glass

8. In Bronsted-Lowry concept acid is
(a) proton donor
(b) electron donor
(c) proton accepter
(d) electron accepter

9. HSAB categorizes acids and bases
according to properties of

  1. (a) size
  2. (b) charge
  3. (c) polarizability
  4. (d) all of these

10. Hard bases have
(a) high electropositive
(b) low electronegative
(c) both the above
(d) none of the above

11. Example of strong acid is

  1. (a) Ca2+
  2. (b) Hg+
  3. (c) I+
  4. (d) Cu+

12. Pharmaceutical buffer system could be categorizes into

  1. (a)1
  2. (b) 2
  3. (c) 3
  4. (d) none of these

13. Topical agent depending upon their
action or used divided into

  1. (a) protective
  2. (b) antimicroliol
  3. (c) astringent
  4. (d) all of these

14. ZnO is used as

  1. (a) protective
  2. (b) astringent
  3. (c) both (a) & (b)
  4. (d) antidote

15. Inorganic antimicrobial agent can be divided into
(a) oxidation
(b) halogenation
(c) protein precipitate
(d) all of the above

16. Compounds capable of function as
antimicrobial agent through oxidative mechanism are

  1. (a) H2O2
  2. (b) halogen
  3. (c) KMnO4
  4. (d) all of these

17. Halogenation mechanism occurring with antiseptic are

  1. (a) hypohalite
  2. (b) sulphydryl
  3. (c) halogens
  4. (c) none

18. Hydrogen peroxide is used as
(a) antiseptic
(b) acidifying agent
(c) protective
(d) antioxidant

19. KMnO4 solutions are used for
(a) antibacterial
(b) antifungal
(c) both the above
(d) none of these

20. AgNO3 is categorizes into
(a) oxidative antimicrobial agent
(b) halogented antimicrobial agent
(c) protein ppt. antimicrobial agent
(d) all of the above

21. Fluoride inhibits caries formation via
(a) ↓ acid solubility of enamel
(b) bacterial inhibition
(c) both the above
(d) ↑ acid solubility of enamel

22. Hydroxyapatite is mixture Ca2+ salt of

  1. (a) CO3
  2. (b) PO4
  3. (c) OH
  4. (d) all of these


Multiple Choice Questions

1. (d)
2. (d)
3. (c)
4. (d)
5. (d)
6. (c)
7. treated sodalime glass
8. proton donor
9. (d)
10. high electropositive
11. Ca2+
12. 2
13. (d)
14. (c)
15. (d)
16. (d)
17. Hypohalite
18. Antiseptic
19. (c)

20. protein ppt.
21. (c)
22. (d)

Subject:- Inorganic chemistry

Sem:– first sem, sem 1 Pharmacy