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What happens if you add more solute to a saturated solution?

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    If the solution is saturated it will stay saturated although the solid form and the aqueous form still will exchange places; i.e. some of the excess solid will dissolve but at the same time some of the material in solution will come out of solution so that the net effect is that the amount in solution is constant and the amount of solid is constant.

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