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Replacing H2O as the solvent.

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Hi GWB Community,

I am currently trying to produce thermodynamic models (Eh-Ph) for what minerals are stable within hydrocarbon environments. At the moment, I have been producing Pourbaix diagrams varying Fe as the diagram species and H2O as the solvent. However, is there a way of changing H2O to be more suited to hydrocarbons? I can just make the H2O activity extremely low, but would like to know if there is another way.



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