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Solution: A solution is formed at room temperature by dissolving enough of the solid solute so that some solid remains at the bottom of the solution.  Which statement below is TRUE? A) The solution is consider

Problem

A solution is formed at room temperature by dissolving enough of the solid solute so that some solid remains at the bottom of the solution.  Which statement below is TRUE?

A) The solution is considered unsaturated.

B) The solution is considered saturated.

C) The solution would be considered unsaturated if it were cooled a bit to increase the solubility of the solid.

D) The solution is considered supersaturated.

E) None of the above are true.