Monday, December 28, 2015

2010 Question Paper,First Year B.Pharmacy,University Of Pune Question Paper,1.3 : PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

University Of Pune Question Paper
First Year B.Pharmacy Examination, 2010
(2008 Pattern)
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80
Instructions : 1) All questions are compulsory.
2) Answers to the two Sections should be written in separate
answer books.
3) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
1. What is radioactive decay ? Discuss the properties of  ,
radiations. 10
1. Explain the terms ‘pharmacopoeia’ and ‘monograph’. Enlist different
Pharmacopoeias and discuss salient features of monograph. 10
2. Attempt any five of the following : 15
a) Explain the limit for chloride for potassium permanganate as per IP.
b) Why the tube is packed with dried cotton wool impregnated with lead acetate
solution while carrying out limit test for arsenic ?
c) Explain the terms hydrogen ion concentration, pH and pOH.
d) Explain the terms buffer action and buffer capacity.
e) Discuss the role of oxygen in biological system.
f) Give the properties, uses and method of assay of ammonia.
g) Write in brief about adsorbents.
3. Write notes on any three of the following : 15
a) Water as pharmaceutical vehicle
b) Discuss role of buffers in pharmacy.
c) Storage conditions as detailed in I.P.
d) Raw materials as source of impurities in pharmaceuticals.
e) Methods of softening water.
4. How the acid base balance of the body is maintained ? 10
4. Discuss the mechanism of action of topical protective agents with examples.
Explain the properties, uses and method of assay of talc and zinc oxide.
5. Attempt any five of the following : 15
a) Explain the term milliequivalent. Calculate the number of mEq of potassium
chloride in one liter of a 0.48% w/v solution.
b) List the compounds of calcium and magnesium used as antacid.
c) Explain assay of ferrous sulphate, along with reactions.
d) Discuss mechanism of action of anti-caries agents.
e) Describe preparation and mechanism of action of antimony potassium tartarate.
f) Define antidotes and explain their mechanism of action.
g) Describe with principle and reactions assay of ammonium chloride.
5. Write notes on any three of the following : 15
a) Electrolyte combination therapy
b) Ideal properties of antacids
c) Antidotes
d) Physiological role of copper
e) Saline cathartics
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