In relation to chemical solutions, which term does not express a degree of saturation?
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To me that term just doesn't make sense.
You have two things to consider
Q(sp) how much of a solute is dissolved taking into consideration, the ions, at a particular point.
K(sp) your solubility ion constant, temperature dependent, which is how much of a substance can dissolve in that particular solvent at a given temperature. This value depends on something simple: like dissolves like.
In the case when the solution is saturated you have:
Q(sp) = K(sp) solution can't accept any more solute at the given temperature.
If Q(sp) is less than K then you haven't reached saturation point.