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saltwater

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salt-water

(sôlt′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər)
adj.
1. Relating to, consisting of, or containing salt water: a saltwater solution.
2. Inhabiting or occurring in seawater or salt water: saltwater mussels.
3. Done or used in salt water: saltwater fishing.
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This boundary between this rapid jump from salt water to fresh water is called a salinity front.
The pH of the salt water blanched (PT6), hot water blanched (PT4) and baking soda blanched (PT5) samples increased from slightly acidic to alkaline, respectively.
Scientists from the University of North Carolina in the US and the University of Sydney in Australia, decided to see if salt water might replace the missing lubrication people with cystic fibrosis need.
After soaking in salt water for 35 days, the olives had been decanted into jars, and salt water had been replaced with fresh water.
A heat exchanger is used for air-conditioning, and in the Liquidrom, salt water is recycled using a special filter to reduce pollution.
The hypothesis for this experiment was that bacteria found in soil along with the higher concentration of salt water would accelerate the resulting process on iron nails.
As Salt Water Rises, Cajun Country Looks to the Mighty Mississippi
Merethane 4721 is a two-component, low-viscosity polyurethane elastomer that has been specifically designed for potting cable connectors where excellent resistance to salt water and fuel oils is needed.
When freshwater is pumped out of the Everglades, it mixes with salt water at one of many estuaries surrounding the south Florida peninsula.
High cation concentrations in salt water may decrease ammonium adsorption onto sediments by occupying cation exchange sites, increasing the relative amounts of free to exchangeable (adsorbed) ammonium in the sediments (3).
What is a salt water fish doing in the fresh waters of the Mississippi?
Parts were stressed by tying the rubber back with stainless steel wire and the bond line was scored to allow penetration of the salt water to the bond interface.