Averageoceansalinityisapproximatelya35solutionofdissol

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Unformatted text preview: following weight density equivalents (aka specific weight): Dair= ________ N/ m3 Dwater = ________ N/ m3 Drock = __________N/ m3 1 3. Average ocean salinity is approximately a 3.5% solution of dissolved salts and ions (Cl, Na, Mg, Ca). Given that the density of water is 1 g/cm3, and that 1 cm3 = 1 ml in volume equivalents, determine the density of water in Kg/L. Dwater = ________ kg/ L a. What is the percent concentration of a salt solution in which 1 kg of salt is dissolved in 1 L of water (%concentration = mass of solute / mass of solvent x 100%). b. Determine the following concentrations of a saline solution in which 5 g of salt is dissolve in 1 liter of water: ppt __________ ppm_________ ppb__________ 4. A storage tank holds 500,000 gallons of water with an input of 50 cfs and output of 73 cfs. Determine the following: i. Inflow________ gpm ii. Outflow________ cms iii. Change in storage flux per unit time____________ cfs iv. How much water is gained or lost from the storage tank after 1.3 hours? ___________ gallons ___________ cubic feet ___________ kg 2...
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This document was uploaded on 02/26/2014 for the course ES 476 at Western Oregon University.

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