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  1. Thank you, Jia. The solutions I'm working with have ionic strengths as high as 5-6 molal, hence the need for Phrqpitz.tdat. I'll keep in mind your comment on the virial coefficients and under what experimental conditions they were derived. Alero
  2. Hi Jia, can I edit the Phrqpitz database to include acetate and formate? I've been getting an invalid file error message after I input the virial coefficients.
  3. My question is two-fold: 1. Can I modify the phrqpitz.tdat database to include acetate and formate with limited data on virial coefficients for cation-anion or anion-anion interactions? 2. There is obvious discrepancy in species activities when I use GSS with phrqpitz.tdat versus V8 R6.tdat, and of course the absence of acetate and formate from the phrqpitz.tdat database means I cannot calculate the activities or reaction paths of these species using phrqpitz.tdat in React. Can I import data calculated using phrqpitz.tdat in GSS into React and then use V8 R6.tdat to simulate microbia
  4. Hello, Is it possible to generate geochemical models of photoelectrochemical reactions in an aqueous system using GWB? A typical chemical equation for one reaction is: Cl- + 4H2O + 8h+ = ClO4- + 8H+ where h+ = positively charged hole (not proton (H+)) generated upon the illumination of a semiconducting mineral I have tried to modify the thermo database (add h+ as a new species, copy and modify the electron panel) but I end up with charge or reaction imbalance when I run the model - one reason being that h+ does not have a mass. Also, apart from chloride and perchlorate, th
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