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  1. Dear Jia Wang: Deep appreciation. It works after adding the nucleus to the script. It is very useful. What can I say? Maybe just thanks. But you solved a big problem for me. It has confused me for some time. Best wishes for you. Huan
  2. Hi, Jia Wang: Thank you very much for your quick response. 1. Sorry for missing my thermo dataset. I am trying to simulate the influence of CO2 on sandstone diagenesis. So, I give a value for fugacity of CO2 and therefore use pH to balance charge. I attached my dataset. 2. Now, I am testing kinetic precipitation rate law to constrain mineral precipitation, like quartz. But it did not work. Therefore, I just use feldspar (primary) and quartz (secondary) to test the kinetic precipitation rate law. 3. The dissolution rate is set according to the three-mechanism-rate in Palandr
  3. Hi, everyone: I am trying to use kinetic rate law for mineral dissolution and precipitation. Here, I give a simple example. Initial mineral: Albite Secondary mineral: Kaolinite, Quartz, Calcite If I do not use kinetic rate law for precipitation of kaolinite, quartz and calcite, they would precipitate. However, if I use kinetic rate law, they do not precipitate. Can anyone give me some advice? The rate law, nucleus density are set. I cannot figure out what is wrong. Very confusing. Thank you very much. Huan
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