An Introduction To The Chemistry Of The Sea

Author: Michael E. Q. Pilson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521887070
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An engaging introduction to marine chemistry and the ocean's geochemical interactions with the solid earth and atmosphere, for students of oceanography.

Sea Ice

Author: David N. Thomas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118778359
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This third edition of Sea Ice will be a key resource for all policymakers, researchers and students who work with the frozen oceans and seas.

An Introduction To Scientific Chemistry

Author: Frederick Settle Barff
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SEA WATER. 6l> crystallisation can generally be driven off at a moderate heat; in
some substances, such as calcic chloride, the heat required is greater. When
quick lime is moistened with water, it swells up, cracks, and falls to powder, and
great heat is evolved. The quick lime takes into chemical combination a definite
quantity of water, and this lime, so treated, is called slacked lime, and the water it
has taken up is called water of hydration, and slacked lime is called chemically,
calcic ...

An Introduction To Practical Chemistry Including Analysis

Author: John Eddowes BOWMAN
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... solid matter contained in “f'ss' _ sea, well, or river water. 03MB 0f blsmuth, The
portion of soils which is soSulphide 0f iron, luble in acids. Sulphide of antimony. (
f1) Mixed Salts, &c., insoluble in Water and Acids. Chloride of silver, Sulphate of
lead, {Sulphate of bar-yta. Silicate of alumina, Chloride of silver. Silica, The
insoluble portion of soils. {Chloride of lead. Slate. Siliceous minerals.
GLOSSARY OF CHEMICAL TERMS.* ABSORPTION, from absorbeo, to suck up.
264, APPENDIX.

An Introduction To Environmental Chemistry

Author: Julian E. Andrews
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118685474
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In addition, humans often perturb the natural chemistry of coastal areas, either
through contamination of the freshwater runoff, or due to activities located close
to estuaries and shallow seas. We begin this chapter by examining the chemistry
of seawater close to continental areas, in the transition zone between terrestrial
and open-ocean environments, before moving on to discuss open-ocean
environments. Fig. 6.1 Annual river sediment flux from large drainage basins to
the oceans.

Introduction To Marine Biogeochemistry

Author: Susan Libes
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080916644
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The focus of Introduction to Marine Biogeochemistry is the concept of the ocean as a system, linking land and atmospheric processes The text integrates the most current research, allowing students to learn concepts in context Includes ...

An Introduction To Industrial Chemistry

Author: C.A. Heaton
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780751402728
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North Sea gas contains about 90% methane and has a typical calorific value of
52 GJ per tonne. The transport of fuels determines the ease of their use. Gas is
easily transported by pipe-line. Some intercontinental trade is conducted by
cryogenic ships called liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers which are used to
supply Europe and are of particular importance for exports from Australia to
Japan. Oil distribution is carried out principally by ships and road tankers. Coal is
more difficult to ...

An Introduction To Chemistry

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It has long been the custom among ship-builders to cover the outer surface of the
hulls of large vessels with sheets of copper, the durability and consequent
advantages of which were found to be greatly diminished by the action of the
saline matters contained in sea-water on the metal, producing oxidation,
corrosion, and decay. The plan proposed for tho prevention of these injurious
effects of the exposure of the copper sheathing of ships to the action of sea-water
during long voyages, ...