The analytical concentration of a solute in a saturated solution. The analytical concentration includes those of all the species formed by the dissolved substance in the solution. Numerical data for solubility always have to be defined in relation to the values of temperature, pressure and concentrations of other dissolved substances.

Source: IUPAC

The term "solubility" was found in the following pages:

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Link database: nanoComposix: Gold Nanoparticles: Physical Properties
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