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Hello everyone:

Please give me some guidance on the measurement of air bubble velocity in clean water (not salt water); the water depth would be not more than 10 feet: for simplicity use a bubble capacity of one cubic foot; consider the water temp to be 70 to 80 degrees farrenheit; Assume also that the air bubble temp is the same as the water; I know you'll want to give formulas which is OK but calculate an example where said bubble travels 10 ft. how long does it take? Would the velocity be the same for one cubic meter?:

Please give me some guidance on the measurement of air bubble velocity in clean water (not salt water); the water depth would be not more than 10 feet: for simplicity use a bubble capacity of one cubic foot; consider the water temp to be 70 to 80 degrees farrenheit; Assume also that the air bubble temp is the same as the water; I know you'll want to give formulas which is OK but calculate an example where said bubble travels 10 ft. how long does it take? Would the velocity be the same for one cubic meter?:

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