GPAT mock test #1

Questions

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  1. In sugar coating, seal coat is done: GPAT mock test
    1. To prevent moisture absorption
    2. To round the edges and build up the tablet
    3. To prevent breaking of tablet
    4. To smoothen tablet
  2. Rotosort is a machine used to sort
    1. Coated tablets
    2. Sealed ampoules
    3. Filled capsules
    4. G. Capsules
  3. ___________ is used as a base (diluent) in chewable tablets. GPAT mock test
  4. Any 2 solution that have the same F.P.D will have the same __________ and should be __________
  5. For film coating, following ingredients are commonly used except
    1. Povidone
    2. PEG
    3. Carnauba wax
    4. HPMC
  6. Sugar tablets have disintegration time __________ and uncoated tablets have DT __________
  7. Starch in tablet dosage form belongs to the class of __________
  8. Chewable tablets contain all additives except __________
  9. The gent which improves the flow property of granules GPAT mock test
    1. Anti adherent
    2. Glidant
    3. Lubricant
    4. Emollient
  10. Shallec is used for the purpose of coating of tablet is GPAT mock test
    1. Polishing agent
    2. Film coating agent
    3. Enteric coating
    4. Sub coating agent
  11. The propellant used for topical aerosols GPAT mock test
    1. Dichloro difluro methane
    2. Trichloro mono fluro methane
    3. Propane
    4. N2O
  12. Sterility test for surgical sutures require incubation period for
    1. 14 days
    2. 7 days
    3. 21 days
    4. 28 days
  13. Sigma blade mixers are used in
    1. Wet granulation
    2. Dry granulation
    3. Powder mixing
    4. Crude fibre mixing
  14. Manufacturing defect that gives small pinholes on the surface of the tablet is known as
    1. Mottling
    2. Picking
    3. Cracking
    4. Leaching
  15. __________ is the most commonly used disintegrating agent in tablet.
  16. The instrument used to measure durability of a tablet to shock and abrasion is __________
  17. Splitting of the top portion of the tablet is referred to as ___________
  18. Normally, hardness of tablet is __________kg/cm2
  19. In preparing a pint of 1:5000 solution, a pharmacist should weigh __________ grains.
  20. Fluid extracts are alcoholic or hydroalcoholic extractation preparation of veg drugs prepared by __________
  21. Mechanism of sterilizing by ethylene oxide primarily involves __________
  22. Normal saline IP contains __________%w/v NaCl
  23. The temperature at which dry heat sterilisation is carried out is __________
  24. The temperature at which moist heat sterilisation is carried out is __________
  25. Poise is the unit of __________
  26. The synonym for cresol with soap solution is __________
  27. Unorganized drugs are extracted by __________ method.
  28. Fractional distillation is also known as ___________
  29. Simple syrup BP/IP contains __________%w/v of sucrose
  30. Simple syrup USP contains __________ %w/w of sucrose
  31. Size reduction in hammer mill is achieved by __________ force
  32. Fluid energy mill and ball mill works on the principle of __________
  33. Water attack test is performed on __________ to determine the amount of alkali released into the solution.
  34. Type I glass is made of __________
  35. The maximum temperature at which 2 phase region exist in a mixture of 2 partially miscible liquids is called as __________
  36. P.D method of adjusting the isotonicity can be expressed as __________
  37. One apothecary ounce is equal to __________ grains.
  38. A container which is impervious to air or any other gas under normal conditions is known as ___________
  39. The disintegration testing media of an enteric coated tablet should consist of __________ and __________ in addition to sodium bicarbonate.
  40. __________ is the term used to describe the reduction of particle size in semi solid media using a auxiliary solvent in which the powder is insoluble.
  41. One avoirdupois ounce is equal to __________grains

Answers

  1. A
  2. C
  3. Sorbitol, mannitol
  4. Osmotic pressure, iso osmotic
  5. Povidone
  6. 60 min, 15 min
  7. Disintegrant
  8. Disintegrant
  9. Glidant
  10. Enteric coating
  11. C
  12. A
  13. A
  14. Picking
  15. Starch
  16. Roche friabilator
  17. Capping
  18. 5
  19. 75 grains
  20. Percolation
  21. Alkylation
  22. 9
  23. 160
  24. 121
  25. Viscosity
  26. Lysol
  27. Modified maceration
  28. Rectification
  29. 67 %w/v
  30. 84 %w/w
  31. Impact
  32. Attrition and impact
  33. Type II glass
  34. Borosilicate
  35. Critical solution temperature
  36. %w/v
  37. 480 grains
  38. Hermatic container
  39. Pancreatin, sodium taurocholate
  40. Levigation
  41. 5

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