Monday 29 December 2014

Two Seabed Liquids - Carbon Dioxide & Sulphur

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At a depth of nearly a mile (1,607 m), an undersea fumarole, The Champagne Vent at northwest Eifuku volcano, spews out liquid carbon dioxide. The water pressure prevents the carbon dioxide from boiling.

Molten sulphur from the undersea Daikoku volcano accumulates in pools. The seawater cannot boil in contact with the liquid sulphur (187°C), because of the water pressure at 420 meters depth

The molten sulphur which expelled from undersea Kawio Barat volcano has frozen.

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