- Not saturated; denoting a solution in which the solvent is capable of dissolving more of the solute.
- Denoting a chemical compound in which all the affinities are not satisfied, so that still other atoms or radicals may be added to it.
- In organic chemistry, denoting compounds containing double and/or triple bonds or a ring structure.
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