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One of my colleague want to use the GWB for carbon dioxide sequestration. So she want to use REACT and its not active on GWB essential. Do you think we should upgrade to GWB standard in order to use REACT.





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Hi Godfrey,


React (GWB Standard) can certainly be applied to problems of CO2 sequestration. React can calculate reaction paths accounting for varying CO2 fugacity, pH, temperature, ionic strength, etc. You might simulate dissolution of bedrock or precipitation of carbonate minerals, for example. You should look into this earlier post detailing one user's experience modeling CO2 sequestration with React.




Keep in mind that GWB, even the Professional version, does not currently account for multiphase flow (migration of supercritical CO2). Still, it has a lot to offer, depending on your needs.


Hope to help,


Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC

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