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    Groundwater Dissolved Oxygen

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    Please show how to solve this problem. A ground water sample , at 25 C, has Eh= 1.0 and pH=6.80. Assuming the system is at equilibrium, calculate the amount of dissolved oxygen (ppm) in the groundwater sample.

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    Reduction potential is measured in volts (V), millivolts (mV), or Eh (1 Eh = 1 mV). Because the absolute potentials are difficult to accurately measure, reduction potentials are defined relative to the standard hydrogen electrode (SHE) which is arbitrarily given a potential of 0.00 volts. Standard reduction potential (E0), is ...

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    The expert examines groundwater dissolving in oxygen. The solution is compete with equations.

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