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  1. I am trying to dissolve two phases in water. In one I use a first order dissolution rate law. For the other, I want to use a rate law that is independent of the solution concentrations and depends only on the time since the start of dissolution process, e.g. something like diffusion with a square root of time dependence. I have not found a way of accessing the 'time' parameter that is used outside of the script environment. For example, I'd like to use something like '...t = time...rate = rate_con*t^0.5...' All attempts to date have failed and a search of the users group failed to turn up
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