|MadSci Network: Chemistry|
A friend of mine and myself were discussing something relating to submarines and we stumbled on this problem. These days nuclear submarines can basically stay submerged indefinately if it wasnt for crew needed some daylight, or for food. How do these submarines reprocess the air to create that required by the crew? And how can they get it to last so long? We know that it is some type of chemical reaction used, but we are wanting to know in a little bit of detail.
Re: Reprocessing Air In Submarines
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