GPAT-2011 Answer Key
GPAT-2011 was held on 8 may 11 by M.S.Baroda University . GPAT -2011 Question paper with answer key is First provided by gpatindia.com.
According to gpatindia.com Expected Cut off may be near about 30-40% marks in GPAT-2011 Paper.
GPAT -2011 Question Paper.
Q.62 Which of the following statements is INCORRECT ?
(A) Chick Martin test uses organic matter in media
(B) The organism in Rideal-Walker test is S. typhi
(C) Rideal-Walker test uses organic matter in media
(D) The organism in Chick Martin test is S. typhi
Ans.C (MINOR TEST- AS WE ASKED ABOUT RIDEAL WALKER TEST)
Q.63 Which of the following forces contribute to stability of charge-transfer complexes?
(A) Resonance forces
(B) Resonance and London dispersion forces
(C) Dipole-dipole interactions and London dispersion forces
(D) Resonance forces and dipole-dipole interactions
Q.64 Which of the following isotherms are produced when the heat of condensation of successive layers is more than the heat of adsorption of first layer?
(A) Type III and IV (B) Type II and V
(C) Type I and III (D) Type III and V
Q.65 Which of the followings act as a non-ionic emulsifying agent?
(A) Triethanolamine oleate
(B) Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate
(C) N-Cetyl-N-ethylmorpholinium ethosulfate
(D) Dioctyl sulphosuccinate
ANS.B (MINOR TEST)
Q.66 The minimal effective flow rate of air in laminar flow hood should be not less than how many cubic feet per minute?
(A) 10 .(B) 50 (C) 100 (D) 1000
ANS.C (MINOR TEST)
Q.67 Which of the following Schedules include shelf life of drugs?
(A) Schedule F (B) Schedule M (C) Schedule G (D) Schedule P
ANS.D (MAJOR TEST+ MINOR TEST)
Q.68 Which of the following pumps is used in handling of corrosive liquids?
(A) Turbine pump (B) Volute pump
(C) Air binding pump (D) Peristaltic pump
Q.69 By addition of which of the followings the shells of soft gelatin capsules may be made elastic?
(A) Polyethylene glycol (B) Sorbitol
(C) Propylene glycol (D) Dibutyl phthalate
Q.70 Convert 90% v/v alcohol to Proof strength. Choose the correct answer.
(A) 57.77° under proof (B) 57.77° over proof
(C) 47.41° over proof (D) 47.41° under proof