solution containing more solute than a saturated solution at the same temperature. (see unsaturated solution)
a solution that contains more dissolved substance than does a saturated solution; the solution is not in equilibrium with the pure substance
a solution that contains more of the dissolved solute than is normal for a given temperature.
An unstable solution containing more solute than a given amount of solvent can dissolve at a given temperature; a solution in a nonequilibrium condition in which saturation is exceeded
a solution containing more solute (in this case the dissolved element) than allowed at equilibrium
a solution that contains more dissolved solute than is normally possible at that temperature
a special case of saturated solutions that holds more solute than it would normally hold
Solution that has dissolved more solute or dispersed substance than it can ordinarily hold at a particular temperature. The solution is formed by being heated and slowly cooled without disturbance.
A solution that temporarily contains more solute than the saturated amount at some temperature.
A solution that contains more solute than its solubility allows. Such a solution is unstable and precipitation can be triggered by a variety of events.
supersaturated. A supersaturated solution has concentration of solute that is higher than its solubility. A crystal of solute dropped into a supersaturated solution grows; excess solute is deposited out of the solution until the concentration falls to the equilibrium solubility.
A solution that contains a higher than saturation concentration of solute; slight disturbance or seeding causes crystallization of excess solute.
An unstable condition of a solution (water) in which the solution contains a substance at a concentration greater than the saturation concentration for the substance.