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FIG. 2. AMPOULE (LEFT) AND SOLUBILITY FLASK (RIGHT)
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The time required for equilibration varies with the substance, the method of mixing (vibration or rotation) and the temperature. Normally equilibrium is obtained more rapidly by the vibration method (1 7 days) than by the rotational method (7 14 days).
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FIG. 3. TYPICAL PHASE SOLUBILITY DIAGRAM
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