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Moreover, water has an extraordinary * We shall be using temperature expressed in ["C] rather than [K] and some other traditional units instead of SI units whenever original empirical formulas, definitions or data require this. 2 SEAWATER AS A PHYSICAL MEDIUM 50 capacity for dissolving salts, whereas its thermal expansion and many features essential to life are anomalous. These unusual properties of water can only be explained by its molecular structure, and in particular by the electronic configuration within the water molecule.

This is illustrated diagrammatically by Fig. 4, in which one of the walls of the volume element of water dxdydz = dV, lying, say, in the z plane, is acted upon by an external pressure p(z), and another wall, lying in the zi-dz plane, is acted upon by a slightly greater pressure p(z) (Jp/az)dz. The resultant force acting on that element of volume dV parallel to the z axis is therefore equal to + 8 ’ --dV. 12) The expression applaz is, in general one of the three components of the pressure gradient along the axes of the coordinate system.

35) where q is the coeficient of dynamic molecular viscosity. 1). By analogy with molecular friction, the same proportionality is hypothetically assumed in the case of turbulent friction. But instead of the coefficient q, we use another, much larger coefficient, Kc”), called the coeficient of turbulent viscosity. In general, however, this latter coefficient 1 A GENERAL PICTURE OF PHYSICAL PROCESSES IN THE OCEAN 38 depends on direction in the water body, and hence is different for each component of the velocity of motion.

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