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>Seat No.: _____ Enrolment No.______
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
B. Pharmacy Sem-IV Remedial Examination Nov/Dec. 2010
Subject Name: Pharmaceutical Analysis-II
Date: 07 / 12 / 2010 Time: 02.30 pm – 05.30 pm
Instructions: Total Marks: 80
1. Attempt any five questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.
Q.1 (a) Explain : Validation, S/N ratio. Give advantages and limitations of
Instrumental methods of analysis.
(b) Explain Plate and Rate theory of chromatographic separation. 05
(c) Write Short Notes (ANY TWO)
( i) TGA (ii) Polarimeter (iii) Resolution
Q.2 (a) Define: Chromatography. Give a suitable classification of various
chromatographic techniques and explain them in brief.
(b) Give a detailed account of Glass Electrode. 05
(c) Describe various development techniques of Thin Layer
Q.3 (a) Justify the followings:
(i) Calcium sulphate is used as an adsorbent to hold silica
gel firmly on TLC plate.
(ii) If HETP value is low, the efficiency of the column is
(iii) Concentration of a racemic mixture can not be found out
(b) Define: Thermogravimetry. Give a suitable classification of the
same. Discuss the factors affecting thermogravimetric curve.05
(c) Enlist characteristics of an ideal reference electrode used in
potentiometry. Give a brief account of various reference electrodes.05
Q.4 (a) Discuss the factors which influence efficiency of column in
(b) Write short notes : (i) DSC (ii) Biamperometric titrations. 05
(c) (i) Acetyl salicylic acid containing salicylic acid as impurity is
separated on LC column. The retention times are 7.42 and 8.92 min.
respectively and width of the two peaks are 0.87 and 0.91min.
respectively. Compute resolution of the separation.
(ii) A glass electrode-SCE pair is calibrated at 250C with pH 4.01
std. buffer, the measured voltage being 0.81V.What voltage would
be measured in 0.001 M acetic acid solution?
Ka=1.79 х 10-5.
Q.5 (a) Enlist various electrochemical methods. Define: Specific resistance,
Equivalent conductivity. Add a note on Conductivity cell.
(b) Discuss in detail various electrode pairs used in Potentiometric
(c) How is Glass electrode calibrated? Explain various errors
encountered in pH measurement using glass electrode.05
Q. 6 (a) What is band broadening in chromatography? Explain the factors
leading to band broadening and its minimization.06
(b) Give a detailed account of different conductometric titrations. 05
(c) Discuss the basic principle of Polarography. Explain typical currentvoltage
Q.7 (a) State and explain Kohlrausch Law. Give its applications. Describe in
brief factors affecting electrolytic conductance.06
(b) Discuss the factors which influence limiting current in
(c) Write an explanatory note on amperometric titrations. 05