5 edition of Seawater Circuits Treatments And Materials found in the catalog.
May 1998 by Editions Technip .
Written in English
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Seawater ranges in salinity from 33 to 38 ppt (SF Fig. ). The average salinity of ocean water is 35 ppt. Weigh 35 g of salt. Add the salt to a beaker and add fresh water until the total mass is 1, g. Stir with a stirring rod until all the salt is dissolved. Hypersaline water—50 ppt Hypersaline water is water that is saltier than seawater.
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