Keywords |
  • Oceanography,
  • Chemistry


Chlorosity is a magnitude linked to seawater salinity.

This value, which is close to chlorinity, is measurable by volume. It corresponds to the weight, in grames, of halides (in chloride equivalent) contained in a litre of sea water at 20°C.

Chlorosity is equal to chlorinity multiplied by the density of the sea water measured.


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