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The lack of oxygen such as the inadequate oxygenation of the blood (anoxia). In aquatic environmental chemistry it refers to water that has become oxygen poor due to the bacterial decay of organic matter.
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The lack of oxygen such as the inadequate oxygenation of the blood (anoxia). In aquatic environmental chemistry it refers to water that has become oxygen poor due to the bacterial decay of organic matter. [Nature; v369; 729-731; 1994.] [Lancet; v344; 643-645; 1994.]
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<br/>Source: Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary
  
[Nature; v369; 729-731; 1994.] [Lancet; v344; 643-645; 1994.]
 
 
Source: Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary
 
 
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[[Category: Chemistry]]
 
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The lack of oxygen such as the inadequate oxygenation of the blood (anoxia). In aquatic environmental chemistry it refers to water that has become oxygen poor due to the bacterial decay of organic matter. [Nature; v369; 729-731; 1994.] [Lancet; v344; 643-645; 1994.]
Source: Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary


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