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					Drugs & Poisons
Question:

   A police officer performs
    a field test on a white
    powder, obtaining a
    purple color. The most
    likely drug present is:
Answer:

             Heroin
Question:

   The reagent used
    for the field test of
    heroin is:
Answer:

             Marquis
Question

   Identify marijuana’s
    classification
Answer

       Hallucinogen
Question

   The most common
    diluent of heroin is:
Answer:

             Quinine
Question:
   Drugs deemed to have the
    highest potential for abuse
    and have a current medical
    use are listed in which
    schedule of the Controlled
    Substances Act?
Answer:

      Schedule II
Question
   Drugs deemed to have the
    highest potential for abuse
    and have NO medical use
    are listed in which schedule
    of the Controlled Substances
    Act?
Answer:

   Schedule I
Question:

   There is a significant
    likelihood that continued
    use of this drug will result
    in a low degree of
    psychological
    dependence.
Answer:

         Marijuana
Question:

   Regular use of the
    following drug may lead to
    physical dependency
Answer:

         Ethyl Alcohol
Question:

   The most satisfying way
    of simultaneously
    separating and
    tentatively identifying
    drugs is by:
Answer

      Chromatography
Question

   Heroin is a chemical
    derivative of:
Answer:

             Morphine
Question:

  Name a drug that is
  

 produced and does not
     occur naturally
Answer:

      Amphetamine
Question:

   Name an analytical
    technique that is
    considered to be a
    specific test in a drug
    identification scheme
Answer:

          Infrared
          
     spectrophotometry
Question:

    Fill in the blank:
     Hashish is a

      concentrated
      preparation of
      _________.
Answer:

             Marijuana
Question:

   Fill in the blank:
    The active ingredient

     of marijuana is
     _________.
Answer:

    tetrahydrocannabinol
Question:

   Prior to ______
    marijuana was
    classified as a
    narcotic drug.
Answer:

             1970
Question:

Marijuana is
 synthesized from
 the what type of
 plant?
Answer:

     Cannabis sativa L
Question:

    The source of most
    analgesic narcotics is
Answer:

             Opium
Question:

    Opium is a milky
    

  gummy juice from the
    pod of this plant:
Answer:

   Papaver somniferium
Question

   Name three popular
    “club drugs”
Answer:

 MDMA
 Rohypnol

 GHB

 Ketamine
Question:

   Caffeine,
    Amphetamines and
    Cocaine are all
    examples of
    _____________.
Answer

   Stimulants
Question:

   Alcohol is eliminated
    from the body
    chemically
    unchanged in:
Answer

Urine
Breath

Perspiration
Question:

Alcohol is oxidized
 in the body,
 primarily in
Answer

   The liver
Question:

   A breath test may be
    used to analyze
Answer

   Alcohol
Question

   Blood samples must be
    kept refrigerated so
    that the alcohol
    concentration does not
    _________ with time.
Answer:

             Decrease
Question:
   With a blood alcohol concentration of
    0.15 percent, what are the chances of
    being in an automobile accident (if
    you are the driver)?
Answer:

   25 times higher than
    normal
   What percentage of alcohol is
    absorbed through the stomach
    walls into the portal vein of the
    blood system?
Answer:

   20%
Question:

   The blood alcohol
    concentration level for
    being presumed to be
    legally “under the
    influence” in most
Answer

   0.08%
Question:

   The elimination of
    “burn off” rate of
    alcohol average
    _____% w/v per hour.
Answer

   0.015
Question:

   The ratio of alcohol in the
    blood to alcohol in alveoli
    air is approximately:
Answer:

   2100 to one
Question:

    Alcohol is broken
     down in the liver by
     ______.
Answer

   oxidation
Question

     What is alcohol’s
     classification?
Answer

   depressant
Question

   Is Alcohol distributed
    nearly evenly
    throughout water
    portions of the body by
    the blood?
Answer:


             Yes
Question:

   The Breathalyzer
    measures the
    absorption of light by
    __________.
Answer

     Potassium dichromate
Question:

   The analytical technique
    widely used for directly
    measuring the amount of
    alcohol present in the
    blood is
Answer:

   Gas Chromatography
Question

   Name a drug that is
    not found in blood or
    urine.
Answer:

             Heroin
Question:
   Name at least one out of three
    psychophysical test which a police
    officer may give to an individual
    suspected of being under the
    influence of alcohol?
Answer:

   Walk and Turn
   Stand on one leg
   horizontal gaze
    nystagmus

				
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