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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Michael on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 3:05am.

What does it mean to say that a solution is saturated with a solute? (Select all that apply.)

a) A solute that is at equilibrium with undissolved solvent.
b) A solvent that is at equilibrium with solute.
c) A solution contains the maximum amount of solvent possible at a particular temperature.
d) A solute that is at equilibrium with solvent.
e) A solvent without any bonding twists in its molecules.
f) A solution contains the maximum amount of solute possible at a particular temperature.
g) A solute without any bonding twists in its molecules.
h) A saturated solution is one that is at equilibrium with undissolved solute.

I chose b,d and f but I'm told I'm wrong. I am pretty sure f should be chosen, but can't see why I'd be wrong with the other two because they're saying the same thing, aren't they?

Thanks!

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