Oxygen Diffusion in the Atmosphere from Liquid Oxygen Pools
The ability to predict atmospheric oxygen concentrations near a liquid oxygen pool following either an accidental liquid spill or a planned disposal action may supplant direct measurements in determining if appropriate action need be taken because of excessive oxygen concentrations. Accordingly, this study was initiated to acquire pertinent data and to compare them with calculated values.
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