SalinityPost

SalinityPost - Assessment Score Correctly Answered: 9.00...

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Assessment Score Correctly Answered: 9.00 out of a possible 10.00 (90.0%) Assessment Time: 18 minutes Question 1: In estuaries fresh water will ________________ saltier water. Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •Float on Question 2: If you have a solution with a salinity of 36 ppt and 10% of the solution evaporates, what is the new salinity of the remaining solution? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •40 Question 3: Which of the methods was the least accurate? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •Evaporation of seawater Question 4: If you had a sample of seawater that had sediment in it, evaporation would be the best method for you to determine the salinity. Type: True or False Your answer(s): •False Question 5: If you measured out a sample to titrate and got to talking with someone in the lab and one-third of your sample evaporated, would your titration still determine an accurate salinity? Type:
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course OCNG 252 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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