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  1. Howdy, I need to add new minerals to the thermo-database because I am working with some odd-ball ones not in there yet. I am want to clarify that the log Ks that need to be entered with each mineral in Tedit, are the reaction Log K, not the formation log K, correct? Thank you very much, Danielle
  2. Howdy, I am new to the software and forum. I need to add new minerals to the thermo-database because I am working with some odd-ball ones not in there yet. To be clear, the log Ks that need to be entered with each mineral, are the reaction Log K, not the formation log K, correct? Thank you very much, Danielle
  3. Hello, I'm looking for some help reconciling (or understanding) log K values for aqueous species with values I'm calculating from various references (Solutions, Minerals, and Equilibria - Garrels and Christ; Chemistry of Glasses - A. Paul). (As a disclaimer - my formal training is in nuclear science and I have little academic training in geochemistry, environmental chemistry or physical chemistry - and I'm hoping I'm just missing something about how these values are calculated.) For instance, the value for Zr++++ is set to log K (25°C) = -0.2385 in the thermo database, and there are no ot
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