3.You are directed to administer a dose of 5 mg of the antibiotic tetracycline. The solution is labeled 50 mg/mL. What volume will you use to administer the proper dose? What equipment would you use to administer this dose? Show Logic.
4. What property of mercury makes it useful in a thermometer? What property makes it dangerous?

b. 2.5 cL =      mL
d.2,78 g/mL =      Ib/pt
e. 1608 mi/hr =       dm/sec

a. 357 kg =         pg.
c. 425 dm =       Mm
e. 1.25 kL =       cm³‪‪‪

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Q.3 Answer
As given in question 5mg dose of tetracycline is to be administered, from a solution labelled 50mg/mL that means-
50 mg of tetracycline is present in 1 mL of this solution
Then 5 mg of tetracycline would be present in 0.1 mL of this solution.
As 0.1 mL is a very small volume, so for better accuracy it would be better to give this quantity of antibiotic by using 0.1 mL syringe.

Q.4 Answer
Mercury is a metal which is liquid at room temperature as well as in extreme cold. Mercury also have very high boiling point...

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