George Pickard

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Many of the unique characteristics of the ocean can be ascribed to the nature of water itself. Consisting of two positively charged hydrogen ions and a single negatively charged oxygen ion, water is arranged as a polar molecule having positive and negative sides. This molecular polarity leads to water's high dielec-tric constant (ability to withstand or(More)
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