If the salt(s) concentration is more than 9‰ then ocean water is HYPERTONIC. 21‰ seawater is sometimes called “Duplase” but it is not often used. It has roughly 2/3 the salt content of regular seawater. Ocean salinity (expressed in ‰ – per mil) is approximately equal to the weight, in grams, of salts dissolved in 1000 g of seawater. This would be the salt concentration in parts-per-thousand (‰). Average ocean water has a salinity of 35.0. Expressed in %, it would be 96.5% pure water molecules and 3.5% of salts, dissolved gases, organic materials and undissolved particles. This means that 1000 g of average seawater contains 965 grams of water and 35 grams of salts.
Hypertonic Sea Water is really an Oceanic Solution, not a true plasma or serum. This distinction should be noted when discussing these two major forms of seawater in scientific terms.
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