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Pharmaceutical Mixing MCQ Quiz

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Uneven mixing leads one of the following problems in tablets manufacture

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Mixing of semisolids is carried out using one of the following equipment

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Which are the main objectives of mixing EXCEPT

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The mechanism of mixing in sigma blade is

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Convective mixing is also termed as

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When two immiscible liquids are mixed or insoluble solids are mixed with water it forms

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Degree of mixing is also known as

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Areas remaining unmixed are also called as

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Rapid sonic homogenizer can be used for

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Region of compression and refraction are produced in

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Sigma blade produces

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Which of these is NOT a mechanism of liquid mixing

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Which equipment is used for mixing of non-foaming liquids

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The mechanism of mixing in Silverson mixer is

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Molecular diffusion in liquid mixing can be explained by

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The force used for mixing-by-mixing equipment for pastes and dough is

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Propeller, turbines and paddles are

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Which is the example of solid-liquid mixing

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Which of the following describes solid-liquid mixing the best

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Rapid sonic homogenizer is useful only with liquids of

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Which type of action is required for wet granulation, when planetary mixer is used

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When paddle is used for mixing of liquids, the flow pattern of a fluid is

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Which one of these is NOT a factor influencing the selection of emulsifier

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In colloid mill the rotor rotates at a speed of

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Which of the following methods is useful for sterilization of antisera?

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The efficiency of moist-heat sterilization is tested with

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Identify the term that describes a disinfectant that can kill bacteria

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Identify the term that describes an environment completely free of microorganisms:

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Identify the correct definition of an antiseptic:

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Isopropyl alcohol show maximum antiseptic activity

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Cidex contains

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Which of the following character/s is/are due to lysogenic conversion?

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In which of the following processes, bacteriophage may act as carrier of genes from one bacterium to another?

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The area of lysis on a bacterial growth caused by a phage is known as:

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Which of the following bacteria can be typed by using phages??

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All of the following vaccines are live except

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All of the following viruses are transmitted by the respiratory route except

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Which of the following is the largest virus?

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Which of the following characteristics are true for viruses?

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Indian ink staining is used to demonstrate

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All of the following are spore forming bacteria except

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A tuft of flagella present at one or both ends of bacterial cell, is known as

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Lipopolysaccharide is a major component of cell wall in

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Low redox potential of culture medium is required for growth of

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The bacteria which require higher level of carbon dioxide for their growth are known as

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Which one of the following bacteria can grow in acidic pH?

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Bacteria which can grow at temperature between 25  and 40  are known as

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Who introduced vaccination method for prevention of small pox?

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Who introduced the techniques of sterilization?

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