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CCCTC Vocab 1

CCCTC Assisting the Pharmacist Vocab

Dessication The complete or nearly complete deprivation of moisture or of water not chemically combined
Colation The process of seperating a solid from a liquid by pouring the mixture on a clothwhich will permit the fluid to pass through, but will retain the solid
Distillation The process that involves a change of state from liquid to vapor and back to liquid
Filtration The process of separating liquids from solids with the purpose of obtaining optically transparent liquids
Levigation The process of producing a smooth dispersion of a drug with a spatula
Trituration The grinding of tablets into a fine powder in a porcelain mortar
Controlled Room Temperature Between 15-30 degrees C or 59-86 degrees F
Refrigeration Between 2-8 degrees C or 46-59 degrees F
Stability The ability for medication to maintain chemical and physical integrity over time
Sublimation The process of distilling volatile solids
American Drug Index Provides brand to generic cross referencing, available medication dosage forms, and manufacturer name, address, and phone number
United States Pharmacopoeia Contains official drug standards and is a required reference source in all licensed pharmacy settings
Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences Reference book used to look up formulas
Facts and Comparisons A book that is updated monthly and has information concerning new drugs and contains information on drug to drug reactions
Created by: ZachMcGuire9484



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