saturation point


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(chemistry) the stage at which a substance will receive no more of another substance in solution or in a vapor

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As I have stated, I believe we have already reached saturation point.
Beneficial influences in developed countries are likely reaching a saturation point, so a slowdown in the rate of IQ increase is no surprise.
The moisture content of water in oil can now be measured up to the saturation point of the oil, by the ANALEXrs online moisture sensor from KITTIWAKE DEVELOPMENTS LTD.
But each plant eventually reaches a saturation point where it can't store any more arsenic.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was chosen governor of California because the electorate of the Golden State was apparently taken beyond the saturation point of reckless government spending.
sample size issue) this should yield thick rich data that reach saturation point.
While many popular conference sessions were devoted to audio conferences, many attendees reported that audio conferences had reached a saturation point.
Analysts said that Australia has become a very difficult market and there is now scope for expansion as the penetration levels in the domestic and Australian market reach saturation point.
With Canada-United States trade activity approaching the saturation point, the Greater Sudbury Development Corp, wants to promote investment and technology transfer opportunities with eastern Europe.
Michael O'Leary, the CEO of Europe's leading low-cost airline Ryanair, has said that the low-cost airline market in Europe still has a way to go before hitting saturation point.
Le Riche's Stores has continued to trade strongly from its larger stores, but has struggled to drive sales from smaller sites as the market approaches saturation point.
As air temperatures rise, warm air can hold more water, and the saturation point of the air expands.
Renault believes that the world's most affluent markets in Europe, America and Japan have now reached saturation point in terms of sales.
According to Allen Burnes, Motorola's VP for emerging markets, first world markets are reaching saturation point and the competition hustle is hotting up in the increasingly lucrative African telecoms environment.
You might think that with all those portentously voice-overed tv programmes on Discovery and History channels churning out the same old stuff about mummy's curses and blokes in wigs and tie-on braided beards, that saturation point has long since been reached.