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What is the best way to make a supersaturated?

Heat the solution


What is the best way to make supersaturated solution?

The best way is to add solute to the solution over the limit of solubility at a given temperature.


Which of the following is the best way to determine if an aqueous solution of sodium acetate NaC2H3O2 is supersaturated?

The solubility of sodium acetate at 20 oC is 54,6 g/100 g water. If you add further solute and this is no longer dissolved the solution is supersaturated.


What is the best way to make a supersaturate solution?

Heat the solution


What is the best way to make a supersaturates solution?

Heat the solution


What is the difference between a saturated solution and the super saturated solution?

A saturated solution contains all the dissolved solute that it can have in a stable state; a supersaturated solution has more dissolved solute than the amount that constitutes a saturated solution, and as a result it is not stable. If the solution is perturbed in some way, there will be a precipitation of the solute.


What does it mean for a solution to be supersaturated?

Under some circumstances it is possible to dissolve more of a solute into a solution than the nominal solubility of that solute would allow. A saturated solution is one that contains all the solute that will normally dissolve, and a supersaturated solution contains even more of that solute. If the solution is disturbed in some way (the appearance of a nucleating particle, stirring, etc.) then the excess solute will precipitate from the solution, or in the case of a gas, will bubble out of the solution.


What is supersaturation?

In a simple way,supersaturation is when something contains more than it can hold e.g. a supersaturated solution is one in which the solvent contains more solutes that it can dissolve.


How much does a saturated solution dissolves its solute?

A saturated solution won't dissolve any solute unless it is manipulated in some way, such as heating it, so that it will be able to accept more of a substance, and thereby become a supersaturated solution. However if it is cooled back down the solute will crystallize within the solution.


Propose a way to determine whether a salt-water solution is unsaturated saturated or supersaturated?

Type in "What type of solution is salt water supersatured unsaturated or just saturated" and it will tell you. :-) :D p.s. potter puppet pals rule


Is a revolution the best solution to solve a country's problems?

I think that a revolution is not a best way of solve a problem praying is the best solution.


Is a carbonated drink a mixture of two immiscible liquids?

No. It is a supersaturated solution of carbon dioxide in whatever it is you're drinking. The CO2 stays in solution because at the top of the container, there is CO2 at high pressure. When you open the container, the pressure in it drops to atmospheric pressure and the dissolved CO2 bubbles its way out of solution...which is what you want it to do.

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