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It seems that when units of mmol/L_as_CaCO3 are used for carbonate alkalinity in GSS (GWB12) they are being read as mol/L. If I enter a value of 1 for carbonate alkalinity in units of mmol/L_as_CaCO3 and convert to meq_acid/l the value returned is 2000 rather than 2.

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Hi,

Thanks for catching that. This issue has been fixed. It will be available in the next maintenance release.

Regards,

Brian Farrell
Aqueous Solutions

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