At a high temperature, water is evaporated from the saturated solution by heating. What is the solution losing exactly by the fact that the water left the saturated solution? Does it affect its concentration...solubility?
I have a two thoughts. First, as water evaporated, the amount of dissolved substance 'inside the water' in the solution a.k.a concentration is decreasing. Thus, if the concentration decreased, based on the substance the solution may turn into unsaturated solution.
However, I have another thoughts that water only carries the 'overall' volume of the solution. Meaning, decreasing the amount of water it will decrease the volume of the solution while the amount of substance inside the solution will remain constant, thus, the concentration will increase . These thoughts leaving me a doubt in my understanding.