## Unsaturated, Saturated, or Supersaturated?

If a solution can hold more solute (it isn't full yet) it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

If a solution cannot hold any more solute (it is full) it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

If a solution holds more solute than it should be able (its over full) it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution is saturated at 25 g per 100g of H_{2}O. If 25 grams is dissolved in 100g of H_{2}O, it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution is saturated at 25 g per 100g of H_{2}O and holds 22 grams in 100g of H_{2}O. It is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution is saturated at 25 g per 100g of H_{2}O and holds 31 grams in 100g of H_{2}O. It is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution can hold 10 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. If 8 g is dissolved in 100g of H_{2}O of water, it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution can hold 15 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. If it holds 30 g in 200g of H_{2}O of water, it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution can hold 12 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. If it holds 35 g in 200g of H_{2}O of water, it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution can hold 9 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. If it holds 15 g in 200g of H_{2}O of water, it is:

- Unsaturated
- Saturated
- Supersaturated

A solution can hold 12 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. How many grams can 300 g of H_{2}O hold?

Put in just the number - no units, please.

- 12
- 18
- 24
- 30
- 36
- 48

A solution can hold 15 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. How many grams can be dissolved in 200 g of H_{2}O?

Put in just the number - no units, please.

- 15
- 20
- 25
- 30
- 35

A solution can hold 20 grams per 100g of H_{2}O. If 300 g of H_{2}O has 50 grams dissolved in it, how much more can still be dissolved?

Put in just the number - no units, please.

- 0
- 5
- 10
- 15
- 20