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A solution of sodium thiosulphate(Na2S2O3 formula) in water

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What are a few examples of a supersaturated solution?

A supersaturated solution can be obtained when a saturated solution which is in contact with its solid, is slightly heated in order to increase the solubility product, followed by quick cooling.


What happens when a supersaturated solution cools down?

In Chemistry when a supersaturated solution begins to cool down the supersaturated solution begins to crystallization occurs in the solution.


How a saturated solution can become supersaturated?

How a saturated solution can become supersaturated?


What will eventually happen to a supersaturated solution?

The solute will eventually fall out of a supersaturated solution


How do you identify a supersaturated solution?

A supersaturated solution has two phases: liquid and solid.


How can you help a saturated solution become a supersaturated solution?

Adding more solute the solution become supersaturated.


How can a solution be supersaturated?

A solution become supersaturated when the limitt of solute solubility at a given temperature is exceeded.


Why does a solution become supersaturated?

it is what it is


Supersaturated solution of NaCl is the result of?

A supersaturated solution has a concentration of solute greater than the solubility at a specific temperature.


How does a supersaturated solution differ from a saturated solution?

supersaturated solutions hold more solute than it can normally hold


What happens is you add additional solid NaCl after the maximum solubility has been reached?

A supersaturated solution is obtained.


When a supersaturated solution is disturbed?

A supersaturated solution is when there is more solute present in the solution than can be absorbed by the solvent. When it is disturbed, all of the solute that is not in solution falls out, sometimes forming crystals.


What happens in a supersatured solution?

In a supersaturated solution, the maximum amount of solute is dissolved in solution, and some residual solute appears in solid form in the solvent. For example, a supersaturated salt solution would have salt crystals visible in the water even after vigourous stirring.


Why did the supersaturated solution begin to drop small crystals when the additional sodium thiosulfate was added?

The supersaturated solution begin to drop small crystals when the additional sodium thiosulfate was added because the supersaturated solution got reverted back to a saturated solution. Every solution has it;s own level of saturation, at a certain temperature a limit of the solute can be disolved in it, if you heat the solution the limit changes and more of the solute can be added in the solution. This is a supersaturated solution.When you drop an extra crystal into a supersaturated solution, all the extra crystals that aren't suppose to be in it crystalize out of the solution.


Is a supersaturated solution heterogeneous?

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Can a solution with undissolved solute be supersaturated?

No


A solution suddenly forms a precipitate when agitated It is supersaturated saturated unsaturated or concentrated?

Supersaturated


How is supersaturated solution obtained?

A supersaturated solution contain an amount of solute higher than the limit of solubility at a given temperature and pressure.


How is supersaturated solution can be obtain?

A supersaturated solution contain an amount of solute higher than the limit of solubility at a given temperature and pressure.


What do we call a solution that has many ions as it can hold?

This is a supersaturated solution.


What is the best way to make a supersaturated solution?

Heat the solution


What are examples of supersaturated?

peanut brittle


What is the difference in saturated and supersaturated?

A supersaturated solution contain more solute than the maximum possible solubility at a given temparature (this is a saturated solution).


If a seed crystal was added to a supersaturated solution how would you characterize the resulting solution?

If a seed crystal was added to a supersaturated solution, the resulting solution would be a crystallized solution. The formation of solid crystals that precipitate from a solution is called crystallization.


Does a supersaturated solution contain less dissolved solute than a saturated solution at the same temperature?

Supersaturated solutions contain MORE dissolved solutes than a saturated solution.


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