The surface of the water in the supersaturated soil is known as the “water-table” and is exemplified in water standing in a well.
In the technical language of chemists and physicists it begins to get supersaturated.
The alkaline liquor must be supersaturated with muriatic acid, and evaporated to dryness.
A solution which is saturated with respect to double salt alone will be supersaturated with respect to potassium chloride.
But the white-collar ranks were teeming, overflowing, supersaturated.
It is true that a crystal can grow, but it will do so only in a supersaturated solution of its own substance.
To the right of the series of curves the diagram represents unsaturated solutions; to the left, supersaturated.
The world is a supersaturated solution of the will-for-peace, and there is nothing for it to crystallise upon.
Even the amorphous powder of the salt causes again the formation of new watery crystals when put in a supersaturated solution.
I travelled in Lunda, when the sponges were all supersaturated.
supersaturate su·per·sat·u·rate (sōō'pər-sāch'ə-rāt')
v. su·per·sat·u·rat·ed, su·per·sat·u·rat·ing, su·per·sat·u·rates
To cause a chemical solution to be more highly concentrated than is normally possible under certain conditions of temperature and pressure.