chlorinity


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chlorinity

[klə′rin·əd·ē]
(oceanography)
A measure of the chloride and other halogen content, by mass, of sea water.
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The definition of these zones depends on the behaviour of pH values and chlorinity concentration of the water, as well as on the heavy metal concentrations in their dissolved and particulate phases.
5, where chlorinity concentration of the water does not rise above 3 g x [L.
where a, the mass of the undissolved polymer; b, the original mass of the sample before extraction; M1, the molecular weight of vinyl chloride; M2, the chlorine atomic weight; X, the chlorinity of the undissolved polymer.