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Seawaters Therapeutic Salinity Part 3

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Seawaters Therapeutic Salinity Part 2

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5. The major ions are conservative. This means that they have constant ratios, to one another and to salinity, in almost all ocean water.

Another way of saying this is that sea salts have constant composition. They almost always consist of 55% sodium ion, 31% chloride, 8% sulfate, 4% magnesium ion, 1% calcium ion, and 1% potassium ion.

The main exception is where freshwater is mixing with seawater. River water has a different composition than seawater, for example, it contains more calcium ion.

6. Sea salts mostly came from the weathering of rocks on land (the cations) and from the interior of the earth (anions).

The weathering of rock on land is a slow process of breakdown by water, with dissolved carbon dioxide, and that makes it slightly acidic

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