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Iodine e rhombic 32 urea d tetragonal 33 boric acid c

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31. IodineE (Rhombic)32. UreaD (Tetragonal)33. Boric acidC (Triclinic)34. SucroseB (Monoclinic)RATIONALE NOS 31-3535. Sodium chlorideA (Cubic)Dissolution -1 sx/vessel- 37+/- 0.5°CCrystalline -the molecules or atoms are arranged in repetitiousthree-dimensional lattice units- have definite geometric forms with 7 commoncrystalline structuresKitkat,RPh
HexagonalIodoformOrthorhombic -Ritonavir
For items 36-40: Tablet defectsA. CappingD. ChippingB. LaminationE. PickingC. Cracking36. There is a removal of small portions of the tablet like partsof its edges.D (Chipping)37. Partial or complete separation of the top and bottom crownof the tablet.A (Capping)38. Fine cracks on the surface of the tablet are present causedby the deep concave punches.C (Cracking)39. Separation of the tablet into two or more distinct layers.- B (Lamination)40. Adhesion of granules to the punch faces or pin holes.- E (Picking)For items 41-45, refer to the diagram below:41. The phase where the potential energy of the substance is atits highest while the entropy is at its lowest.E42. The point where pressure and temperature sustainedenables the formation of a superficial fluid.C43. The phase where kinetic energy of the molecules are at itshighest.B44. The part where solid and liquid phase are in equilibrium.A45. The temperature needed where supercritical fluid phase canbe formed.D46. Test used to check the proper closing of the tips of ampules.48. 200 g powderMesh 20: 30 gMesh 40: 20 gMesh 60: 50 gMesh 80: 60 gCollecting pan: 40 gWhat % of the powder was larger than Mesh 80 but smallerthan Mesh 40?A. 55%B. 65%C. 75%D. 80%49. Method used to differentiate crystalline from amorphoussolids.A. NMRC. X-ray diffractionB. IRD. HPLC50. Sprowl’s method is what class of adjusting tonicity?A. Class IB. Class IIC. Class IIID. Class IVMETHOD OF ADJUSTING ISOTONICITYA. Class 1Addition of a tonicity adjusting agentCryoscopic MethodE-Value MethodB. Class 2Addition of water and dilution with bufferedIsotonic solutionSprowl’s Method’White Vincent Method
47. Most inert grade of stainless steel ideally used forpharmaceutical products manufacturing.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Mona Laya
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Sulfuric acid, Vitamin, vitamin D deficiency, tk, A Moscovium

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