Solubility Graphs

Key Questions

  • Answer:

    A saturated solution is a solution that contains as much solute as can be dissolve in a given temperature.


    Solutes differ in their ability of saturation in each solvent. Therefore, a saturated solution of one solute might contain more or less solute than a saturated solution of a different solute.

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