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SOLUBILITY: LIMIT OF SOLUBILITY -SALT IN WATER<br />
Excess Solute Is Not Absorbed By Solvent<br />
When a solution contains as much solute as will dissolve at that temperature, it is saturated. If a solute is added to the saturated solution, it does not appear to dissolve. Excess (NaCl) is not absorbed by (H2O)

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SOLUBILITY: LIMIT OF SOLUBILITY -SALT IN WATER
Excess Solute Is Not Absorbed By Solvent
When a solution contains as much solute as will dissolve at that temperature, it is saturated. If a solute is added to the saturated solution, it does not appear to dissolve. Excess (NaCl) is not absorbed by (H2O)

Copyright:© 1989 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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