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An automated gas exchange tank for determining gas transfer velocities in natural seawater samples
Ocean Science (OS)
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> In order to advance understanding of the role of seawater surfactants in the air–sea exchange of climatically active trace gases via suppression of the gas transfer velocity (<i>k</i><sub>w</sub>), we constructed a fully automated, closed air–water gas exchange tank and coupled analytical system. The system allows water-side turbulence in the tank to be precisely controlled with an electronically operated baffle. Two coupled gas chromatographs and an integraldoi:10.5194/os-10-587-2014 fatcat:sauh26vtfrgx5msx6bzaswe5te