1. | The unit of the rate of drug degradation is g/L/sec |
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2. | The remaining conc does not become 0 after infinite time |
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3. | The unit of the rate of drug degradation is mg/L/hr |
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4. | The unit of the rate of drug degradation is mg/L/hr |
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5. | The semilog plot of k vs 1/T is linear |
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6. | The half life is not linearly dependent on the initial concentration |
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7. | The unit of rate constant is g/L/day |
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8. | The plot of log C versus time gives a downward curvature line |
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9. | The half-life is 5 times the shelf life |
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10. | Adverse effects of calcium carbonate |
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11. | The plot of k vs 1/T is exponentially dec curvature |
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12. | Adverse effects of Magnesium salts |
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13. | The semilog plot of conc versus time gives a curvature line |
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14. | The rate of drug degradation is not linearly dependent on the drug concentration |
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15. | After three half lives, there will be no drug left. |
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16. | The half-life of drug degradation is five times its shelflife |
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17. | The rate of drug degradation is independent of the drug concentration |
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18. | The unit of the rate of drug degredation is mg/L/hr |
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19. | The rate of drug deg is linearly dep on the drug conc |
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20. | Adverse effects of sodium bicarbonate |
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21. | The unit of rate constant is g/L/day |
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22. | The rate constant is independent of temperature |
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23. | The semilog plot of k versus 1/T is linear |
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24. | The rate of drug degradation is dependent on temperature |
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25. | The rate of drug degradation is linearly dependent on the drug concentration |
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26. | The unit of drug degredation rate constant is mg/L/day |
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27. | One can determine the 100% deg time |
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28. | The semilog plot of k (rate constant) versus 1/T is linear. |
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29. | Aftrer two half lives there will be 25% drug left |
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30. | The half-life is independent of the initial concentration |
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31. | The shelf life is linearly dependent on the initial concentration |
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32. | The unit of rate constant is g/L/day |
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33. | The shelflife is independent of the inital concentration |
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34. | Which of the following formulations are for laxatives? |
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35. | The semilog plot of conc vs time gives a decreaseing curvature line |
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36. | The regular plot of conc vs time gives a decreasing curvature line |
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37. | After two half lives there will be no drug left |
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38. | The semi-log plot of concentration versus time gives a straight line |
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39. | One can calculate 100% degradation time |
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