saturated solution


a: saturated solution ~
b: plates on table


"A saturated solution is like a table which has some plates set out (dispersed dissolved particles) and other plates in a stack (sugar crystal). The balanced processes of dissolving is like taking plates off the stack to be set out. The crystallization process is like taking plates that were set out and putting them back onto the stack of plates."

Writer: mrpauller
Date: Sep 12 2015 6:57 PM

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