Dissolved Gas Concentration in Water - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780124159167, 9780124159679

Dissolved Gas Concentration in Water

2nd Edition

Computation as Functions of Temperature, Salinity and Pressure

Authors: John Colt
Hardcover ISBN: 9780124159167
eBook ISBN: 9780124159679
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 17th January 2012
Page Count: 306
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INTRODUCTION

1: SOLUBILITY OF ATMOSPHERIC GASES IN FRESH WATER

General Gas Solubility Relationships  |  Standard Air Solubility Concentration in mol/kg ( ) – Freshwater

Standard Air Solubility Concentration for Carbon Dioxide as a Function of Mole Fraction – Freshwater

Standard Air Solubility Concentration in Conventional Units ( ) – Freshwater  |  Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations ( or ) – Freshwater

Vapor Pressure of Water ( ) – Freshwater  |  Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations as Function of Elevation – Freshwater

Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations as Function of Water Depth – Freshwater

Computation of Bunsen Coefficients and Gas Solubility of an Arbitrary Mole Fraction – Freshwater  |  Computation of Gas Tension, mm Hg – Freshwater

2: SOLUBILITY OF ATMOSPHERIC GASES IN BRACKISH AND MARINE WATERS

Standard Air Solubility Concentration – Seawater  |  Standard Air Solubility Concentration for Carbon Dioxide as a Function of Mole Fraction – Seawater

Computation of Bunsen Coefficients – Seawater  |  Vapor Pressure of Water ( ) – Seawater  |  Hydrostatic Head of Water - Seawater  |  Computation of Gas Tension, mm Hg – Seawater  

3: SUPERSATURATION OF GASES

Computation Supersaturation for Individual Gases in Oceanography  |  Computation and Reporting of Gas Supersaturation  |  Physics of dissolved gases

Physics and physiological basis of gas bubble disease  |  Dissolved gas analysis  |  Computation and reporting of gas supersaturation levels

Computation of gas supersaturation from concentration units  |  Conversion of older reported gas supersaturation data

Impact of depth on gas supersaturation levels  |  Impact of Physical, Chemical, and Biological Processes on Gas Supersaturation

Heating and Cooling Water  |  Mixing waters of different temperatures

Mixing waters of different salinities  |  Bubble Entrainment

4: SOLUBILITY OF NOBLE GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE

Helium  |  Neon  |  Krypton  |  Xenon

5: SOLUBILITY OF TRACE GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE

Hydrogen  |  Methane  |  Nitrous oxide 

6: SOLUBILITY OF GASES IN BRINES

Oxygen  |  Carbon dioxide

7: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER

Density  |  Specific weight  |  Vapor pressure

Heat capacity (Cp)  |  Viscosity  |  Kinematic viscosity

Surface tension  |  Heat of vaporization

REFERENCES

APPENDIX A: COMPUTATION OF GAS SOLUBILITY

APPENDIX B: COMPUTATION OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER

APPENDIX C: COMPUTER PROGRAMS

AIRSAT

ARBSAT

APPENDIX D: SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

Property of Gases

Definitions of Key Symbols in the Text

Units and Conversions

Key Features

  • A single source for highly accurate and comprehensive tables for gas solubility in aquatic systems
  • Information provided in tables, equations, and computer programmes
  • Theory is presented to better understand the equations and calculations

Readership

Atmospheric Scientists, Oceanographers, Aquaculture and Environmental Consultants, Chemical Engineers, and Biologists

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

1: SOLUBILITY OF ATMOSPHERIC GASES IN FRESH WATER

General Gas Solubility Relationships  |  Standard Air Solubility Concentration in mol/kg ( ) – Freshwater

Standard Air Solubility Concentration for Carbon Dioxide as a Function of Mole Fraction – Freshwater

Standard Air Solubility Concentration in Conventional Units ( ) – Freshwater  |  Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations ( or ) – Freshwater

Vapor Pressure of Water ( ) – Freshwater  |  Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations as Function of Elevation – Freshwater

Computation of Air Saturation Concentrations as Function of Water Depth – Freshwater

Computation of Bunsen Coefficients and Gas Solubility of an Arbitrary Mole Fraction – Freshwater  |  Computation of Gas Tension, mm Hg – Freshwater

2: SOLUBILITY OF ATMOSPHERIC GASES IN BRACKISH AND MARINE WATERS

Standard Air Solubility Concentration – Seawater  |  Standard Air Solubility Concentration for Carbon Dioxide as a Function of Mole Fraction – Seawater

Computation of Bunsen Coefficients – Seawater  |  Vapor Pressure of Water ( ) – Seawater  |  Hydrostatic Head of Water - Seawater  |  Computation of Gas Tension, mm Hg – Seawater  

3: SUPERSATURATION OF GASES

Computation Supersaturation for Individual Gases in Oceanography  |  Computation and Reporting of Gas Supersaturation  |  Physics of dissolved gases

Physics and physiological basis of gas bubble disease  |  Dissolved gas analysis  |  Computation and reporting of gas supersaturation levels

Computation of gas supersaturation from concentration units  |  Conversion of older reported gas supersaturation data

Impact of depth on gas supersaturation levels  |  Impact of Physical, Chemical, and Biological Processes on Gas Supersaturation

Heating and Cooling Water  |  Mixing waters of different temperatures

Mixing waters of different salinities  |  Bubble Entrainment

4: SOLUBILITY OF NOBLE GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE

Helium  |  Neon  |  Krypton  |  Xenon

5: SOLUBILITY OF TRACE GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE

Hydrogen  |  Methane  |  Nitrous oxide 

6: SOLUBILITY OF GASES IN BRINES

Oxygen  |  Carbon dioxide

7: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER

Density  |  Specific weight  |  Vapor pressure

Heat capacity (Cp)  |  Viscosity  |  Kinematic viscosity

Surface tension  |  Heat of vaporization

REFERENCES

APPENDIX A: COMPUTATION OF GAS SOLUBILITY

APPENDIX B: COMPUTATION OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER

APPENDIX C: COMPUTER PROGRAMS

AIRSAT

ARBSAT

APPENDIX D: SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

Property of Gases

Definitions of Key Symbols in the Text

Units and Conversions

Details

No. of pages:
306
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2012
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780124159679
Hardcover ISBN:
9780124159167

About the Author

John Colt

Affiliations and Expertise

Research Biologist, National Marine Fisheries Service