Problem: If a solution is supersaturated, thenA) the solute concentration is above the solubility limit, but the system is in equilibrium.B) the solute concentration is below the solubility limit, and more solute can be dissolved.C) the solute concentration is above the solubility limit, and the system is not in equilibrium.D) the solute concentration is at the solubility limit.E) no precipitate will form.

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If a solution is supersaturated, then

A) the solute concentration is above the solubility limit, but the system is in equilibrium.

B) the solute concentration is below the solubility limit, and more solute can be dissolved.

C) the solute concentration is above the solubility limit, and the system is not in equilibrium.

D) the solute concentration is at the solubility limit.

E) no precipitate will form.

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