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Saturated Solution
The quantity of dissolved solute remains constant with time.
The concentration of the saturated solution.
Unsaturated Solution
When we start out with less solute than solvent and the solution completely dissolves.

i.e. sugar in coffee.
Supersaturated solution
When there's too much solute and not enough solvent.
Too much sugar in coffee.
What is true of salts when you increase the temperature?
Most salts are going to happen endothermically (they will break down) and can be helped by increasing the temp.
What is true about proportions in a solution?
In some solutions, the solute and solvent are miscible at all proportions.

i.e. Ethyl alcohol and water solutions.