Subject: Why a saturated solution doesn't become a solid?
Date: Wed Nov 23 06:33:30 2011
Posted by Kartik
Grade level: 4-6
City: Mumbai State/Province: Maharashtra
Area of science: Chemistry
In a saturated solution like sugar solution in water, there is hardly any
intermolecular space. Then, why does it not turn into a solid?
Re: Why a saturated solution doesn't become a solid?
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