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An unsaturated solution differs from a saturated solution at a given temperature because it
An unsaturated solution differs from a saturated solution at a given temperature because it can still dissolve more solute at that temperature, while a saturated solution has already dissolved the maximum amount of solute that it can hold at that temperature. Therefore, an unsaturated solution has a lower concentration of solute compared to a saturated solution. The ability of a solution to dissolve more solute depends on the nature of the solute, the solvent, and the temperature of the solution.