A text-book of inorganic chemistry, by George S Newth

By George S Newth

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It thus helps regulate the biological CO2 pump discussed earlier, which through transport of carbon to the deep ocean, controls the ocean/atmosphere CO2 balance and CO2-linked greenhouse warming. There is evidence that climatically driven variations in the input of iron-rich continental dust to the ocean has played an important role in regulating glacial–interglacial climate cycles. Manganese occurs in the water-splitting complex of photosystem II, and thus is essential for photosynthesis. Consequently, like iron, it is needed in higher amounts for growth at low light.

The presence of cadmium in CA appears to explain its nutrient-like distribution in ocean waters (Figure 2(e)), and the identification of a unique Cd-CA enzyme in marine diatoms means that it functions as a micronutrient in these organisms. Cobalt also occurs in vitamin B12, an essential 25 vitamin required for growth of many eukaryotic algal species. This vitamin is synthesized only by bacteria, resulting in potential interactions between B12-producing bacteria and B12-requiring eukaryotic algae in the ocean.

221 and the PGE compilation in Table 1. surface. In simplest terms the concentrations of the PGEs in sea water are low compared to other elements because there is a relatively smaller inventory of these elements in the earth’s surficial environment. In the context of the marine chemistry of the PGEs it is significant that the conceptual basis for considering these elements as a coherent group is more closely linked to their behavior in the deep earth than to their behavior in the ocean. Once the very low average crustal concentrations of the PGEs is taken into account it is clear that as a group these elements are not extremely insoluble in sea water (Figure 1).

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