Rob Posted June 12, 2009 Share Posted June 12, 2009 I am using React to model the sorption of arsenic on ferrihydrite and magnetite as conditions become reducing using constants from Dixit and Hering (2003). I have split the iron surface constants as ferrihydite >FeOH etc. and magnetite as >MOH etc. Can React handle 2 different mineral surface sites? If SCM is omiited, the model runs as predicted, i.e. ferrihydrite reductively dissolves and magnetite becomes the stable iron solid. However if I include SCM the model crashes as ferrihydrite dissolves and magnetite becomes the stable mineral. This happens even if I remove all possible sorbing ions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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