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Does anyone know if the SIT database can be used with GW?


I use it in PHREEQC but cannot find a download for it in a GW format.







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Hello Joel,


You can calculate activity coefficients using the B-dot model (an extended form of the Debye-Huckel equation), or you can implement the virial methods (Pitzer equations) for better accuracy at high ionic strength. Currently, there is no way to incorporate the Specific ion Interaction Theory (SIT database).


Kind regards,



Aqueous Solutions LLC

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