The correct answer is saturated solution.
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Dilute solutions are defined as the solutions in which solute particles are present in less very amount than the solvent particles.
Unsaturated solutions are defined as the solutions where more and more of solute particles can be dissolved in the given amount of solvent.
Saturated solutions are defined as the solutions where no more solute particles can be dissolved in the solvent. The concentration of the solute particles that can be dissolved in a solution is maximum.
Supersaturated solutions are defined as the solutions where more amount of solute particles are present than the solvent particles.
From the above information, we conclude that the given solution is saturated solution.
The correct answer is saturated
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Diluted solutions are when you have more solvent than solute.
The saturated solution is when it has the same amount of solute as of solvent.
The unsaturated solution is the solution in which the solvent can still receive more solute.
The supersaturated solution is when it has more solute than the one that can dissolve the solvent.
Then the correct answer is saturated where the solvent already has the maximum amount of solute that can dissolve.
Solute is the substance that is present in less quantity than a solvent in a solution. On the other hand, solvent is the substance that is present in more quantity than a solute in a solution.
When a solution is able to dissolve more and more solute into the solvent then the solution is known as unsaturated solution.
Whereas a solution that is unable to dissolve more of a solute into the solvent then it is known as a saturated solution.
Thus, we can conclude that name of a solution whose concentration of solute is equal to the maximum concentration that is predicted from the solute's solubility is saturated solution.
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