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saturation point

The point at which a solution contains all the solute it can dissolve; the maximum concentration of a solution.
See: saturated solution; supersaturated solution
See also: point
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General condensation will occur in cold weather when the air in an unheated room may be close to saturation point.
The film is competently made, but after Mesrine, the recent Carlos The Jackal film and the Mafiathemed Gomorrah, this is one sub-genre that's fast reaching saturation point.
Over the last year there has been a marked increase in the number of restaurants, coffee shops and I believe it has reached saturation point," she said.
Drivers will see how white the road is at the moment - that's because there's so much salt on the road, it's almost at saturation point.
Volunteers working for the Cats Protection League, on Tyneside, say they have now reached saturation point and have no more space for abandoned or unwanted cats.
Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Authority chairman Coun Dave Wood said last night the area would reach saturation point without urgent action.
DEG Vice President Peter Staddon, executive vice president of marketing for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, said DVD sales were initially driven by film enthusiasts who built large libraries and have reached a saturation point.
Budgens was now looking at options to increase its distribution capacity, which would be at saturation point in 18 months, said Hyson.
Cllr John Preedy (Lab, Arbury) said: "I think this estate is at saturation point for traffic already.
This latest voyeuristic offering may make some viewers feel the genre has finally reached saturation point but Channel 4 are banking on the quirky mix of celebrity and surprise.
As the airport presently handles 6 million passengers and is to reach its saturation point with a maximum number of 150,000 movements, or 10 million passengers, the CCI says that it's important that work commence on the extension as soon as possible.
We are approaching the saturation point for those concepts as they become commonplace; the sizzle of SAN and NAS is beginning to fade.