SOLVED QUESTIONS TO PREPARE FOR NAPLEX CALCULATIONS

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Preparing for the calculations component of the NAPLEX can be intimidating. This is especially true if you have not practiced pharmaceutical calculations in a long while. These solved questions with simple and clear explanations on video provide a convenient and visual way to review important concepts. The variety of questions are strategically selected to optimize your preparation for the calculations component of the NAPLEX. Use these solved questions in conjunction with the video tutorials and quizzes to be thoroughly prepared for the NAPLEX.

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    1. Osmolarity = molarity x i (Van’t Hoff factor)

      In solution, NaBr —> Na+ + Br-
      so assuming 100% dissociation in water, Van’t Hoff factor of NaBr is 2.

      Hence, Osmolarity = 0.25M x 2 = 0.5 osmol/L or 500 mOsm/L

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