Some articles on saturated:
... vapor–liquid equilibrium is generally referred to as a saturated fluid ... The notion of "saturated fluid" includes saturated liquid (about to vaporize), saturated liquid–vapor mixture, and saturated vapor (about to condense) ...
... Saturated spectroscopy is the method by which the exact energy of the hyperfine transitions within an atom can be found ... Saturated spectroscopy allows the doppler broadened peak to be resolved so that the exact transitions can be found ... than a decade after the first demonstration of spectral hole burning (or Lamb dip, a result of saturated absorption process) inside HeNe laser cavity at 1.1micron in 1962, the ...
... The saturated squeeze is a type of squeeze play in the card game of Bridge ... The key feature of the saturated squeeze is that it involves threats in all four suits, and all four threats are necessary for the squeeze to function ... Accordingly, saturated squeezes can only occur in notrump contracts, and they are always non-simultaneous, with each defender being squeezed in turn as one or more ...
... contains ten grams of fat, with one gram of saturated fat ... Kettle-cooked brands have seven to eight grams of fat and one gram of saturated fat, and are 140 Calories ... Lays Natural has nine grams of fat, two grams of saturated fat and 150 Calories ...
... factors are not likely to interact with any of the other factors, a saturated array can be used ... In a saturated array, a controllable factor is substituted for the interaction of two or more by-products ... Using a saturated array, a two-factor test matrix could be used to test three factors ...
More definitions of "saturated":
- (adj): Used especially of organic compounds; having all available valence bonds filled.
Example: "Saturated fats"
- (adj): Wet through and through; thoroughly wet.
Example: "A shirt saturated with perspiration"
Synonyms: drenched, soaked, soaking, sodden, sopping, soppy
- (adj): Being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature; unable to dissolve still more of a substance.
Example: "A saturated solution"
Famous quotes containing the word saturated:
“The day-laborer is reckoned as standing at the foot of the social scale, yet he is saturated with the laws of the world. His measures are the hours; morning and night, solstice and equinox, geometry, astronomy, and all the lovely accidents of nature play through his mind.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)