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4. Pharmaceutical calculation

4. Pharmaceutical calculation

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 PHARMACEUTICS I  Pharmaceutical Calculation PHRM 210
Density (d) is mass per unit volume of a substance. It usuallyexpressed as grams per cubic centimeter (g/cc).Gram is defined as the mass of 1 cc of water at 4
C, so thedensity of water is 1 g/cc.According to USP, 1 mL may be used as the equivalent of 1 cc.Therefore, The density of water may be expressed as 1 g/mL.Density =MassVolume
The weight of 1 mL of mercury is 13.6 g, hence, its density is13.6 g/mLIf 25.0g of olive oil are required for a prescription, what volumeshould be used? (Density of olive oil=0.910g/mL )25.0g x1 mL0.910g= 27.5 mL

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