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Alligation Method for Questions With a Diluent or a Pure Compound
Episode 1413th December 2021 • Pharmaceutical Calculations • RxCalculations
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In episode 14 of the pharmaceutical calculations podcast, you will learn how to alter product strength using the alligation method when one of the components being mixed is either a diluent or a pure compound. This episode was originally broadcast as a video on our YouTube channel:

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