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Shipwrecks, Corrosion and Conservation

Chemistry

17 Pages Partial Study Notes Year: Pre-2018

Shipwrecks and Salvage Oceans and Electrolytes Identify the origins of the minerals in oceans as: - Seawater usually 3.5% salt by mass, strong electrolytic solution due to free ions - Therefore highly conductive to electricity, affecting the reactions that can take place within it. In contrast Pure water is not very conductive – it’s the ions that make it conductive. - NaCl is the most common salt in it, almost 1.5 Mol/L solution - Other minerals are present also, and come from:


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