Answers

2016-07-10T13:49:40+08:00
A supersaturated solution is a solution with more dissolved solute than the solvent would normally dissolve in its current conditions. Supersaturation is achieved by dissolving a solute in one set of conditions, then transferring it to other conditions without triggering any release of the solute. Supersaturated solutions are extremely unstable, but often require a triggering event to begin returning to a stable state via the solute coming out of solution.
0
2016-07-10T15:38:51+08:00
Supersaturated is increase the concentration of beyond saturation point
0