Heat capacity of seawater solutions from 5° to 35°C and 0.5 to 22‰ chlorinity

@inproceedings{Millero1973HeatCO,
  title={Heat capacity of seawater solutions from 5° to 35°C and 0.5 to 22‰ chlorinity},
  author={Frank J. Millero and G{\'e}rald Perron and Jacques E. Desnoyers},
  year={1973}
}
The specific heat of seawater solutions from 0.5 to 22‰ chlorinity has been determined at 5°, 15°, 25°, and 35°C by using a new precision heat capacity calorimeter (Picker et al., 1971). The concentration dependence Cl (‰) of the specific heats cp has been fit to cp = cp° + ACp Cl (‰) + BCp Cl (‰)3/2, where cp° is the specific heat of pure water and ACp and BCp are temperature-dependent constants. The specific heats fit this equation with an average deviation of ±0.0002 joule deg−1 g−1 between… CONTINUE READING

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