Chapter 8: Extraction (Online MCQ Test)

Welcome to your Chapter 8: Extraction (Online MCQ Test). In this Extraction online quiz with questions and answers, you will learn more about extraction techniques and its types. Here is the syllabus about this quiz:

  • What is Extraction?
  • Need for Extraction, Menstrum, Marc
  • Advantages of extraction
  • Theory of extraction
  • What are methods of Extraction?
  • Infusion
  • Decoction
  • Maceration
  • Percolation
  • Digestion
  • Continuous hot extraction
  • Types of Maceration
  • Maceration of organized drugs
  • Maceration of unorganized drugs
  • Multiple Maceration
  • Double Maceration
  • Triple Maceration

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1. Procedure that involves separation of different compounds on basis of relative solubility.
2. Material that left behind after extraction is termed as ………………
3. Liquid that is use for extraction procedure is termed as…………
4. For extraction it is important to ………………
5. Technique in which hot menstrum is poured on crude drug is ………………
6. Technique in which drug is covered in pouch and menstrum is gently heated is known as……….
7. Infusion procedure is carried out in ……..
8. In continuous hot extraction, ………… is used
9. For soft nature drug ……..process is used.
10. If the drug is not heat stable which method should not be used?
11. For extraction of ……….. drugs, marc is not pressed
12. shelf life of extract prepared from infusion is
13. The extract obtained after percolation is known as ……..
14. advantage of reducing drug size in percolation is …………
15. Entrapment of air can be minimized by ………..in percolation
16. if Alcohol is use as menstrum ……… percolator is use
17. In percolator, tap is open after ……. Hours to obtain percolate.
18. In double maceration, menstrum is divided into ……parts, while in triple maceration, menstrum is divided into ……parts.
19. In infusion, menstrum is warm at …………… °C
20. In decoction…………… is use as menstrum
21. In maceration, drug is suspended in menstrum for…….. days
22. The basic aim of multiple maceration is ………
23. The process in which drug is boiled with water for certain period of time is termed as…..
24. The process in which drug is powdered and cover in pouch and then dipped in menstrum for 2 to 14 days is termed as
25. The process in which drug is powdered and packed into the column and allow menstrum to pass through the column is known as….
26. If the maceration procedure is gently heated, the process is known as….
27. Moistening of crude drug is known as…..
28. Entrapment of air can be minimized by…..
29. Open percolator are used for ………. menstrum

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