||Predictions of Evaporative Loss Rates of Solutes in Stagnant and Turbent Waters in Relation to Rates of Reference Materials.
Chiou, C. T. ;
Kohnert, R. L. ;
Freed, V. H. ;
Tonkyn, R. G. ;
||Oregon State Univ., Corvallis.;Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Air water interactions ;
Water chemistry ;
Water pollution ;
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A previously published kinetic model for evaporative rates of substances into air leads to the estimation of the dependence of solute transfer coefficients on turbulence applied to the system. The ratios of the transfer coefficients of all solutes become insensitive to air turbulence and to water mixing either when they have comparable Henry's law constants or when their Henry's law constants are sufficiently low, but not otherwise. Confirming data are presented and methods for simplifying the estimation of transfer coefficients are discussed. (Copyright (c) 1983 Pergamon Press Ltd.)