In a saturated solution containing undissolved solute, the solure is continually dissolving, but?

In a saturated solution containing undissolved solute, the solure is continually dissolving but the solution concentration remains intact. How can this happen?

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  • 9 years ago
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    The dissolved compound is precipitating at the same rate. It's called 'equilibrium'.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Nick, the answer is C: The solute must dissolve so that the solution contains extra solute than before. If you happen to consider the quantity of solute in a solution is directly based on the temperature of the solution.

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