Comprehensive MCQs in Physical Pharmacy

Md. Sahab Uddin
Department of Pharmacy, Southeast University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Series: New Developments in Medical Research
BISAC: MED072000

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Physical pharmacy is the study of the physical and chemical properties of drugs and their dosage forms. It attempts to integrate the factual knowledge of pharmacy through the development of its principles, and it assisted the pharmacist and the pharmaceutical scientist in their effort to foresee the solubility, stability, compatibility, and biologic action of drug products.

Furthermore, this field has become even more highly incorporated into the biomedical aspects of the practice of pharmacy. Comprehensive MCQs in Physical Pharmacy represents copious multiple choice questions, which can be used to assess essential physical pharmacy knowledge that equips pharmacists with exclusive perceptions and acumens in the provision of pharmaceutical care. It also provides a brief account of pharmaceutical developments, as either a study or high-yield revision aid.

This book is suitable for professionals, academicians, students, researchers, scientists and industrialists around the world in the fields of physical pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. Furthermore, for pharmacy preregistration examination candidates and for practicing pharmacists, this book is a storehouse of knowledge. The organization of this book provided a profound knowledge and also maintains the reader’s interest.
(Imprint: Nova Medicine and Health)

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Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Introduction to Physical Pharmacy

Chapter 2. States of Matter

Chapter 3. Thermodynamics

Chapter 4. Phase Equilibria

Chapter 5. Chemical Equilibria

Chapter 6. Solutions and Solubility

Chapter 7. Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Solutions

Chapter 8. Ionic Equilibria

Chapter 9. Electrochemistry

Chapter 10. Electrochemical Cells

Chapter 11. Buffers, Buffering Agents, pH and Isotonicity

Chapter 12. Chemical Kinetics of Drug Stability

Chapter 13. Interfacial Phenomena

Chapter 14. Rheology

Chapter 15. Colloidal Dispersions

Chapter 16. Coarse Dispersions

Chapter 17. Micromeretics

Chapter 18. Photochemistry and Spectroscopy

Chapter 19. Test Your Aptitude

Chapter 20. Tools of Physical Pharmacy

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