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I am trying to model reflux dolomite. I first mix seawater with aragonite and calcite. I want know to pick up the results of that model and mix them with a new fluid (in the basis) I am not sure how to do this second part.

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I am trying to model reflux dolomite. I first mix seawater with aragonite and calcite. I want know to pick up the results of that model and mix them with a new fluid (in the basis) I am not sure how to do this second part.

 

Hi Rosario:

 

  1. Titrate aragonite and calcite (Reactants) into seawater (Basis)
  2. Use the Run- Pickup- Reactants command to add this mixture to your Reactants tab
  3. Load your new fluid into the Basis using the File- Open command

 

Hope that helps,

 

Tom Meuzelaar

RockWare, Inc.

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In the pick up reactants command do you recommend picking up the entire system? When I pick up the entire system the minerals do not show up...

thanks

 

Hi Rosario:

 

  1. Titrate aragonite and calcite (Reactants) into seawater (Basis)
  2. Use the Run- Pickup- Reactants command to add this mixture to your Reactants tab
  3. Load your new fluid into the Basis using the File- Open command

 

Hope that helps,

 

Tom Meuzelaar

RockWare, Inc.

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In the pick up reactants command do you recommend picking up the entire system? When I pick up the entire system the minerals do not show up...

thanks

 

Hi Rosario:

 

That depends on your model objectives. However, when you choose Run-Pickup-Reactants-Entire, any minerals remaining in your system at the end of your titration will be represented as mass of component. In other words, they won't show up as swapped in for a component as they would in the Basis.

 

Hope that helps,

 

Tom

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