You have prepared a saturated solution of sugar at room temperature. Is it possible to dissolve some more grams of sugar to this solution? Justify your answer.
At room temperature, it is not possible to add some more grams of sugar to its saturated solution. This is because saturated solution means that no more solute can be added to a given amount of a solvent at a particular temperature (in this case room temperature).
But it is possible to dissolve some more grams of sugars to it by heating the saturated solution of sugar. This is because with increase in temperature, the solubility increases for this process.
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