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Chemical oceanographic studies in the Bay of Bengal - North of Visakhapatnam
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1987)
Stability of phosphorus species in seawater
Relative stabilities of various oxidation states, oxyacids and dissolved inorganic complexes of phosphorus in anoxic and oxic marine environments are elucidated. H sub(3) PO sub(2)/P super(0) and H sub(2) PO sub(2)/p ...
Property-Property relations: 22 degree and 9 degree discontinuities in the Arabian Sea
Property-property relations, mostly of conservative chemical parameters, are used in this attempt in tracing various discontinuities in the Arabian Sea and to reveal in situ processes together with potential temperature-salinity ...
The significance of oxygen as oxides and hydroxides in controlling the abundance and residence times of elements in seawater
A model is presented which signifies the role of oxygen (as oxides and hydroxides) in controlling the composition of seawater. respective concentration and residence times for the unknown elements can be estimated. Geometric ...
Ionic potential as a controller of seawater composition
Attempts have been made to study whether linear relations exist between ionic potentials (IP) and factors determining their fate in seawater. Various elements have been studied according to the geochemical classification. ...