A Solid Produced by a Chemical Reaction in Solution That Separates from the Solution Is Called?

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A solid that is produced by a chemical reaction in a solution that separates from the solution is called precipitate. A supersaturated solution would most likely lead to the occurrence of the formation of precipitates. If the precipitate has been separated from the solution, this remaining solution is now called 'supernate'.
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