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‘ 251b—CELESTIAL MECHANICS. Orbit computation, the problem of
three bodies, and perturbations. l
Prerequisite: Math. and Ast. 251a. (8) (Davis) [
i PHARMACY
i Major programs leading to advanced degrees are not at present offered
‘ in the College of Pharmacy. ,
lOla—ADVANCED ORGANIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY. A i
l; ' study of the classification, source, properties, synthesis and uses of organic i
i . medicinal chemicals used as therapeutic agents. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, a
1. six hours. i
‘ Prerequisites: Phar. Chem. 31a, [9. (3) I (Gillis)
i lOIb—ADVANCED ORGANIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY. A,
1 continuation of 101a. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, six hours.
3 Prerequisites: Phar. Chem. 31a, la. (3) II (Gillis)
102 — BIOCHEMISTRY. Chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins,
5, enzymes, and vitamins in relation to physiological processes. Special reference
3 is made to compounds used in pharmacy. Included is practice in the use of
l the polarimeter, refractometer, colorimeter, Westphal balance, etc. Lecture,
l two hours; laboratory, six hours. I
l Prerequisites: Phar. Chem. 310, Z). (4) I (Gillis) I
i 108a —ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE PHARMACEUTICAL CHEM-
f' 1 ISTRY. Chemistry and assay of medicinal products, including newer synthetics, 1
§ fixed oils, volatile oils, alkaloids, vitamins and enzymens. Laboratory exercises .
E selected on basis of application to pharmaceutical products. Lecture, one hour; _
laboratory, six hours. (3) I (Gillis)
2 103b —ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE PHARMACEUTICAL CHEM-
l ISTRY. A continuation of 103a. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, six hours.
\, Prerequisite: Phar. Chem. 108a. (3) II (Gillis)
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' 111a — DISPENSING PHARMACY. The application of fundamental phar- [
maceutical principles and techniques to the compounding of the various types .
- of preparations encountered on‘prescriptions. Practical methods for insuring
qualitative and quantitative accuracy are stressed. Lecture, two hours; lab—
oratory, six hours. i
Prerequisite: Pharmacy 27. (4) I (Slesser) j
. lllb—DISPENSING PHARMACY. Methods of detecting and handling ‘
common types of prescription incompatibilities. Fihn studies of projected hand- I
written prescriptions selected from current drug store files. Methods of pre- ,
. scription pricing. Lecture, two hours; laboratory, six hours.
Prerequisite: Pharmacy 111a. 4) II (Slesser) i
I22—U.S.P. 61 NF. DRUGS. A study of the official drugs with special
1 attention to chemical drugs. Emphasis is given to synonyms, proprietaries of
| like composition, uses, dosage and common compounding incompatibilities.
| Lecture, three hours.
j . Prerequisite: Pharmacy 2412. (3) I (Lesshai‘ft) \