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Gaseous or Aqueous Oxygen? (1 Viewer)

YoloStudent

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Teacher said that gaseous oxygen is needed. Reason being because its in the reduction table and since its given to us we need to use it.

Friends, and I, thought that it was aqueous. Some argued that the logic was weird that gaseous oxygen be in deep ship wrecks. The result is the confusion of us all.

So what is it?

[This question is mainly regarding deep ship wrecks where sulfur reducing bacteria reside such as the Titanic wreck]
 

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