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Posted by Haru Nanase on Monday, November 18, 2013 at 11:30pm.

I have an assignment about deep sea diving and of course it involves some gas mixtures to be used. I just don't know what suitable gas mixtures do I have to use in order for this diving to be safe and successful. The scenario is this:
1. A shipwreck is located at a depth of 220m.
2. Up to 5 dives will be needed (per diver) to bring valuable to the surface.
Note: You could you different gas mixtures for this. How much of the different gas mixtures do I need?
HELP PLEASE!

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