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why pooled sample is required in dissolution test?
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it is the primary requirement, the sample should completely expose to dissolution media at all the surfaces....Pooled sample is in completely exposure to the dissolution fluid....That's why we use basket apparatus for the floating samples. 
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in order to know how much drug is dissolved or disintegrated in the dissolution medium 
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