General Science General Knowledge Questions and Answers – Set 5

Science Questions and Answers for Pharmacist, Lab Technician and Other Equivalents Recruitment – Section – 5

Q1. The pH of saliva is:
A. 7­9
B. 3.2
C. 9.8
D. 1.2

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Answer: 7­9

Q2. The molecular weight of most drug that passes across the membrane lie
A. 500­1000 daltons
B. 100­1000 daltons
C. 1000­2000 daltons
D. None of these/

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Answer: 100­1000 daltons

Q3. Second­order pain is:
A. Occur earlier
B. Dull, burning pain
C. Non protective behavior
D. None of these

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Answer: Dull, burning pain

Q4. Pressed pellet technique for sample preparation in I.R involves the use of:
A. Calcium carbonate
B. Sodium bromide
C. Potassium bromide
D. None of these

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Answer: Potassium bromide

Q5. The time interval between placing an order and receiving order is called:
A. Lead time
B. Mean time
C. Safety stock
D. Crucial time

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Answer: Lead time

Q6. The process of reacting oxygen with food and release of energy is called:
A. Oxidation of food
B. Absorption of food
C. Assimilation of food
D. None of these

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Answer: Oxidation of food

Q7. Drug which is not an example of organized crude drug:
A. Digitalis
B. Cinchona
C. Aloe
D. Clove

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Answer: Aloe

Q8. LAL is known as:
A. Limulus Amoebocyte Lysate
B. Litmus ambiocyte lysate
C. Both of the above
D. None of these

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Answer: Limulus Amoebocyte Lysate

Q9. If the drug has a very small volume of distribution, it is likely that this drug:
A. Has a short biological life
B. Does not accumulate in various tissues and organs
C. More pharmacologically active
D. Will no be effective

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Answer: Does not accumulate in various tissues and organs

Q10. The commonly used detector in UV Spectrophotometer is:
A. Thermocouple
B. Photomultiplier
C. Bolometer
D. Littrow prisms

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Answer: Photomultiplier