Describe the scope of emission spectrometric methods, Chemistry

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Problem 1:

Describe TDM and mention its clinical significance in clinical practice.

  • Definition of TDM
  • Show the importance of TDM and its clinical significance in clinical practice

Problem 2:

Describe the scope of Emission spectrometric methods in analysis of drugs and metabolites.

  • List out the different Emission spectrometric methods in analysis of metabolites and drugs
  • Brief about scope of Emission spectrometric methods in analysis of metabolites and drugs

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