soaked, impregnated, or imbued thoroughly; charged thoroughly or completely; brought to a state of saturation.
(of colors) of maximum chroma or purity; of the highest intensity of hue; free from admixture of white.
(of a solution) containing the maximum amount of solute capable of being dissolved under given conditions.
(of an organic compound) containing no double or triple bonds; having each single bond attached to an atom or group.
(of an inorganic compound) having no free valence electrons.
(of a solution or solvent) containing the maximum amount of solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature and pressure See also supersaturated
(of a colour) having a large degree of saturation
(of a chemical compound)
containing no multiple bonds and thus being incapable of undergoing additional reactions: a saturated hydrocarbon
containing no unpaired valence electrons
(of a fat, esp an animal fat) containing a high proportion of fatty acids having single bonds See also polyunsaturated, unsaturated
(of a vapour) containing the equilibrium amount of gaseous material at a given temperature and pressure See also supersaturated
(of a magnetic material) fully magnetized
extremely wet; soaked
Unable to hold or contain more; full.
Soaked with moisture; drenched.
Combined with or containing all the solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature.
Having all available valence bonds filled. Used especially of organic compounds.
Relating to an organic compound in which all the carbon atoms are joined by single bonds and therefore cannot be combined with any additional atoms or radicals. Propane and cyclopentane are examples of saturated hydrocarbons. Compare unsaturated.
Relating to a solution that is unable to dissolve more of a solute.
Containing as much water vapor as is possible at a given temperature. Air that is saturated has a relative humidity of 100 percent.
noun 1. the act or process of saturating. 2. the state of being saturated. 3. Meteorology. a condition in the atmosphere corresponding to 100 percent relative humidity. 4. the degree of chroma or purity of a color; the degree of freedom from admixture with white. 5. Magnetism. the state of maximum magnetization of a ferromagnetic […]
adjective 1. situated beneath or on the deep surface of the scapula, as a muscle. noun 2. a subscapular muscle, artery, etc. adjective 1. (of a muscle or artery) situated beneath the scapula noun 2. any subscapular muscle or artery
- Subscapular artery
subscapular artery sub·scap·u·lar artery (sŭb-skāp’yə-lər) n. An artery with origin in the axillary artery, with branches to the circumflex scapular and thoracodorsal arteries, with distribution to the muscles of the shoulder and scapular region, and with anastomoses to the branches of the transverse cervical, suprascapular, lateral thoracic, and intercostal arteries.