Study_Guide-4_S10

Study_Guide-4_S10 - CHEM/ENVS 380, Spring 10 Final Exam:...

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CHEM/ENVS 380, Spring 10 Final Exam: Tuesday May 18, 8:00 am-10:30am Entire semester with emphasis on last four lectures Open notes (two sheets of regular letter size paper; front and back) Bring a calculator This study guide is for the last 4 lectures only. Lecture 18: Eutrophication and Anoxia 1. Explain the major factors leading to the appearance of a dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. 2. What factors control the solubility of a gas in a body of water that is at equilibrium with the atmosphere? 3. What factors affect the availability of oxygen in a body of water? 4. What is Henry’s Law? Know the relationship between atmospheric concentration of a gas, the partial pressure of a gas, and its concentration in water at equilibrium. What role does temperature play? 5. What is oxygen demand? What are the two ways of measuring oxygen demand? What does oxygen demand tell us about the water sample? 6.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course CHEM 380 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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Study_Guide-4_S10 - CHEM/ENVS 380, Spring 10 Final Exam:...

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