One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘After a lag time that seemed to be a function of the supersaturation, diffraction spots became apparent on the detector and their number increased until making diffraction rings.’
- ‘The high supersaturation controls yielded mostly clusters or very small single crystals (typically up to 20 Am in each dimension) which did not diffract at all.’
- ‘These high concentrations of the electrolyte significantly lower the solubility of the hemoglobin and allow high relative supersaturations at low concentrations of the precious protein.’
- ‘Conversely, supersaturation of bile with insoluble cholesterol, as a result of metabolic defects, promotes the formation of cholesterol gallstones.’
- ‘The driving force for both nucleation and crystal growth is supersaturation, i.e., the concentration of solute in the solution above equilibrium solubility.’
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