Dissolved oxygen in water

In a 20℃ environment, oxygen can dissolve at 8ppm nitrogen at 15ppm. 

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In a 20℃ environment, oxygen can dissolve at 8ppm nitrogen at 15ppm. When temperature arise, less air dissolve in water. The dissolved oxygen is necessary for the creatures living underwater, but since oxygen would create scale buildup and corrosion of the pipes, for industries it’s ideal to remove the oxygen from water.

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