if one drug is acidic in nature and the other drug is basic in nature, e.g. desloratadine is soluble in acidic environment i.e 0.1N HCL whereas Montelukast Sodium is soluble in basic environment i.e. .2% SLS. How can we choose a common media for there Dissolution?





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