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Solution containing less solute than it can hold at a given temperature?

A solution that contains less than the maximum amount of solute that it is able to hold at a given temperature is unsaturated.


A solution which contains maximum solute at a given temperature is?

This is a saturated solution.


What is the name of a solution that contains maximum amount of solute at a given temperature?

The solution is called saturated solution.


What kind of solution contains the maximum quantity of solute that dissolves at that temperature?

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A solution containing the maximum amount of dissolved solute is?

Solutions can either be unsaturated, saturated, or supersaturated. In the case of your question, a solution with the maximum amount of dissolved solute is deemed to be saturated.


Solution containing a relatively large amount of dissolved solute?

A solution containing a relatively large amount of dissolved solute is called a concentrated solution. One that has the maximum amount of dissolved solute is described as being saturated.


A solution in which the concentration of a solute is the maximum possible under existing conditions is said to be?

When a solution has accepted as much solute as is possible at a given temperature, the solution is said to be saturated. Under certain conditions, saturated solutions can be concentrated to give supersaturated solutions. Supersaturated solutions are those which possess more of a solute than normally dissolves in a solvent at a given temperature.


If the amount of solute present in a solution is less than the maximum amount that can dissolve at a given temperature the solution is said to be?

The solution is said to be unsaturated. If the max amount is dissolved at a given temperature, then the solution is saturated.


When the solvent is holding the maximum amount of solute for that given temperature?

saturated solution


When a solvent is holding th maximum amount of solute for that given temperature?

solution


What is a solution that contains the maximum of solute for a given amount of solvent at a constant temperature and pressure?

That solution is called saturated.


When a solvent is holding the maximum amount of solute for that given temperature?

The solution is said to be saturated.


A solution is one in which the maximum amount of dissolved solute can be held in a given amount of solvent?

A solution that has the maximum amount of solute dissolved at that temperature is known as a saturated solution.However it is possible to prepare a super saturated solution by heating the solution slightly, dissolving the maximum amount of solute and then carefully cooling the solution. Generally the super saturated solution is unstable and the excess solute will precipitate out if given the energy to do so.A common super saturated solution is a sugar solution. Sugar is added to water and the solution is heated and then carefully cooled. The solution can form a glass like solid called "toffee" rather than crystals of sugar.


What determines the saturation point for a solution?

This is the maximum solubility of a substance in a solvent at a given temperature and pressure.


What does unsaturated solution mean in science?

An unsaturated solution is one that has less than the maximum amount of solute dissolved into the solvent at standard temperature and pressure (STP). A saturated solution has the maximum amount of solute dissolved at STP. A supersaturated solution has more than the maximum amount of solute dissolved (made possible typically by heating the mixture beyond STP, to allow for more solute to be dissolved). When the solution is recooled, a seed crystal can be used to grow larger crystals (such as in the case of rock candy).


What are saturated substances?

the solution which contain maximum amount of the solute that can be dissolved in a given amount of solvent at a particular temperature is called saturated solution


What is a solution that can't dissolve a solution anymore?

A saturated solution has a solute that is at its maximum concentration. At this point, no more solute can be dissolved at the current temperature. The dissolved and undissolved solutes are at equilibrium in the saturated solution.


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).


What is saturated solution and unsaturated solution?

Saturated solution is a solution that did dissolve to the maximum capacity. Unsaturated solution is a solution that didn't dissolve to the maximum capacity.


What is saturation?

Saturation can mean that something is something is soaked thoroughly with a liquid such as water. In scientific use, saturation is the amount of solute in a solution as a percentage of the maximum at that temperature and pressure. "Supersaturation" refers to situations where the solution is more concentrated than the normal maximum, due to temperature or pressure changes.


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What Contains the maximum amount of dissolved solute for a given amount of solvent at a specific temperature and pressure?

a saturated solution


What is the difference between a saturated solution an unsaturated solution and a supersaturated solution?

These terms have to do with the amount of solute that can be dissolved in a given solvent. An unsaturated solution has less than the maximum amount of solute dissolved. A saturated solution contains the maximum amount of solute than can normally be dissolved in that solvent. A supersaturated solution is obtained usually by heating the solution so that more than the maximum amount of solute can be dissolved. When the temperature returns to normal, and if the solute does not precipitate out, a supersaturated solution is obtained.


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What is maximum temperature?

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