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supersaturation,

n the addition to or presence of an ingredient in a solution in greater quantity than the solvent can permanently take up.
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The study highlights topical issues of interest to the pharmaceutical industry, including rep oversaturation and trends in online marketing, but also characterizes current rep approaches to physician promotion.
When it comes to mobile devices and electronics, there is an oversaturation of handsets and tablets implementing LCD displays.
With six gavelers already on the air, some anticipate oversaturation of the market once "Power," Pearson's "Judgment Day," Warner Bros.
The difference between 32 teams and 34 is so minute that it's astounding the NFL's greed-mongers don't just give Houston a franchise and both Los Angeles groups a team, draw up two 17-team conferences, scrap interconference play and watch the TV cash roll in despite the cries of total oversaturation.
The study highlights topical issues of interest to the pharmaceutical industry, including sales rep oversaturation and trends in online marketing, but also characterizes current rep approaches to physician promotion.
The chain didn't blame oversaturation for its struggles, but rather, imprudent planning with poorly placed stores.
With the emphasis on location, Bangkok multiplexing projects are going to face oversaturation.
Thanks to the oversaturation of the retail marketplace, many shoppers now gravitate toward stores that offer low prices, high quality and customer service.
This innovation has become more critical as consumers continue to find new ways to avoid exposure to advertising and become increasingly immune to traditional forms of marketing and advertising due to oversaturation," stated William A.
Among the take-no-prisoners tactics being deployed: cutthroat pricing, deliberate oversaturation of a region in order to keep out rivals, and the proliferation of ever-trendier flavors that make purists recoil in horror.
The growth has been so great that some markets have closed due to oversaturation, Wall said.
Overload measures how susceptible a receiver is to optical input oversaturation.