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Taking the mass of the atmosphere to be 6.

Taking the mass of the atmosphere to be 6.0E15 metric tons, what mass of carbon must
be burned in order to increase the average carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere
by 110ppm by volume (in metric tons)?

An analytical chemist determines that an estuarine water sample contains 1.5 g/L of sulfate ion. What is the
concentration in terms of (a) g/L of S (b) molar concentration of sulfate (c) normality (d) parts per million of sulfate

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