An ideal drug would be able to reach the target site and treat it without actually destroying the host. Side effects are few.
1) it acts on the organ or organ system it is intended to act on 2) the action of the drug is as intended (for example, if it is meant as a diuretic, it actually causes the kidneys to excrete more urine) 3) it does not have any side effects (that is, it does not have any biological effects other than the ones intended).
Yes. Buprenorphine is a medication/drug which has mixed opioid agonist-antagonist properties. (It is a major component of Suboxone.)
That depends on what you mean by "narcotic." Technically "narcotic" originally meant any drug with sleep-inducing properties. Both promethazine and dextromethorphan, the active ingredients in Promethazine DM, have such properties. However, "narcotic" is defined in US law in such a way that neither of these substances is considered a narcotic drug.
Diuretic is a classification that describes the effect of a drug, not a general category.For example, caffeine has diuretic properties, but so does (I believe) alcohol. These drugs are completely unrelated, however.
Marijuana (Cannabis Sativa) is a natural herb that is can be used as a healing herb and as a Dangerous drug because of its intoxicating properties.
That it is water soluble.
See this link for the properties of an ideal gas.
The properties of an 'ideal' transformer are (1) voltage ratio equals turns ration, (2) no losses.
No real gas is an ideal gas. Although it does come very close to exhibiting ideal gas properties, yet, it is not an ideal gas.
physiochemical properties are the properties which a new drug entity must satisfy to become a drug in the market. The various physiochemical properties include molecular weight, polar surface area, clogP, logD, number of hydrogen bond donors, acceptors, etc.
Antibiotics have various properties included in it. Some properties in the antibiotics are oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, sulfur, nitrogen, penicillin, or streptomycin.
It is flexible and can have an aged look
All are near the ideal gas at very low concentration.
KMT talks about the properties of real gases while ideal gas laws discuss only the ideal gases..
High Gain and high input impedance.