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Item: non-carbonate hardness

URI: http://environment.data.gov.au/def/property/hardness_non-carbonate

Noncarbonate hardness is the portion of total hardness in water that is not produced by carbonates, but primarily by sulfate anions.

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submitted bySimon Cox (g+)
accepted on 15 Mar 2016 05:59:58.450

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date accepted 15 Mar 2016 05:59:58.450
date submitted 15 Mar 2016 05:59:45.822
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description Noncarbonate hardness is the portion of total hardness in water that is not produced by carbonates, but primarily by sulfate anions.
item class Concept | scaled quantity kind | chemistry quantity kind
label non-carbonate hardness
notation hardness_non-carbonate
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name Simon Cox (g+)

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broader Water Hardness | Concentration
broader transitive abundance | relative abundance
comment Noncarbonate hardness is the portion of total hardness in water that is not produced by carbonates, but primarily by sulfate anions.
description Noncarbonate hardness is the portion of total hardness in water that is not produced by carbonates, but primarily by sulfate anions.
feature of interest liquid water
generalization Concentration | Water Hardness
label non-carbonate hardness
pref label non-carbonate hardness
source eReefs
type chemistry quantity kind | Concept | scaled quantity kind

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