Pharmaceutical Chemistry Practice Test

This practice examination is intended for examinees who will take the upcoming Pharmacy Board Examination. Practice as much as you can, as the first module has the largest impact on your overall score. Choose the best answer from the choices. The correct answer will be highlighted green, otherwise, it will be red. Good luck!

This states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same four quantum numbers.
Which of the following is true?
Metal used for the treatment of schistosomiasis.
How many orbitals are in a p-type subshell?
The following phase changes releases energy except:
The common isotopes of carbon are 12C and 13C. The average mass of carbon is 12.01115 amu. What is the abundance of the 13C isotope?
This law states that elements may combine in different ratios of whole numbers to form different compounds.
The reaction CH3COOH + NaOH -> H2O + NaCH3COO represents what type(s) of reaction?
This metal produces a purple color in a flame test if viewed under Cobalt glass.
This is also known as the solvent shift:
Cobalt Uranyl Acetate can precipitate what cation?
Considering the number of valence electrons in Al and O, what is the expected formula when these two react to form a compound?
This metal produces a bright red crystalline precipitate insoluble in ammonia with dimethylglyoxime reagent.
Which of the following is a member of the chalcogen family?
He proposed the Quantum Mechanical Model where electrons move in a 3D space also known as the electron cloud.
What is the most abundant element on earth?
What is the common name of Cupric Acetoarsenite
Which of the following is a member of the Group V cations?
Metal used for the surgical repair of bones.
Which anion forms a blue complex with the thiocyanate anion?
What is the sign of enthalpy change for an exothermic reaction?
What is the common name for this compound?
These are first members of a family which resemble the second member of the adjacent group to the right.
He proposed the planetary model of structure of an atom where electrons orbit in circular paths around the neutron.
This is the shape or the volume in space that the electrons occupy:
An organic compound with a formula of C6H14 is most likely an?
The only insoluble compound of potassium:
The metabolite of red dye, protonsil, responsible for its antimicrobial property:
Which mixture can dissolve gold?
What is the chemical formula of litharge?