Measurements of the absolute specific conductance of solutions prepared from a sample of Red Sea water are described. Conductivity was measured at 2°C temperature intervals from - 1°C to 35°C and at 1‰ chlorinity intervals from 16‰ to 22‰. Precision of individual measurements was 0.001 millimho/cm in conductivity, 0.002‰ in chlorinity; and 0.001°C in temperature.
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