Solubility Limits
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Degree of Solubility
Saturation
Exceeding the Limits
Dynamic Equilibrium

Solubility Limits

So far in this lesson we have described materials as being soluble, slightly soluble, or insoluble in water. Let's get into more precision by considering the degree of solubility in both specific and relative terms (saturation). Then we'll consider ways in which those limits can be exceeded and the concept of dynamic equilibrium.

 

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