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CiteWeb id: 19730000078

CiteWeb score: 2889

DOI: 10.4319/lo.1973.18.6.0897

The apparent dissociation constants of carbonic acid in seawater were determined as functions of temperature (2-35°C) and salinity ( 19-43%) at atmospheric pressure by measurement of K’1 and the product K’, K’,. At 35sa salinity and 25°C the measured values were pE1 = 6.600 and pK’2 = 9.115; at 35% and 2°C the measured values were pK’1 = 6.177 and pKPz = 9.431.

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