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Difference Between Saturated Liquid and Compressed Liquid

Saturated Liquid vs Compressed Liquid

As we all know, our body is made of water or liquid. Liquids are very essential in humans and other forms of organisms. Liquids maintain the homeostasis in our bodies. They hydrate the plants. They bring an avenue for sea creatures and sea organisms, a place for them to thrive. Thus, water is really important on this planet.

Liquids have different properties, two of which, are saturation and compression which are very vital among any kinds of liquid. In fact, liquids can be compressed more than solids since liquids have more spaces than solids. Liquids can be compressed or saturated via special processes. But do we really know what’s the difference between these two terminologies? Let us find out.

Saturated liquid is a type of liquid in which no kind of solute can be added for that temperature. It can also be defined as a type of liquid in which solutes can no longer be dissolved at this range of temperature since there are no vacant spaces or called intermolecular spaces. If this range of pressure is attempted to be lowered plus the consistent temperature in place, this liquid will start its boiling process.

Compressed liquid, on the other hand, is defined as the extra punch or extra pressure that is being given or applied in relation to a type of pressure called atmospheric pressure. It can also be called a compressed liquid if the saturated liquid’s volume becomes less than the temperature under its temperature of saturation. Thus, the pressure of compressed liquid is said to be greater than saturation pressure.

At a certain temperature, the compressed liquid becomes as if the pressure of that liquid goes beyond the saturation pressure. Or for ease of understanding, compressed liquids are saturated at a given temperature.

Summary:

1.Compressed liquids have more open vacancies for compression while in saturation no solute can be added or compressed.
2.Saturated liquid is a type of liquid in which no kind of solute can be added for that temperature while compressed 3.liquid, on the other hand, is defined as the extra punch or extra pressure that is being given or applied in relation to a type of pressure called atmospheric pressure.


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