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Forcing equilibrium with Al-mineral?


thschlos
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Hello,

 

I am currently using React to perform multicomponent mineral speciation calculations using the Reed and Spycher (1984) method. However, I have multiple water analyses lacking aluminum concentration data.

 

Is there a way to calculate Al concentration data using React to force equilibration with an Al-bearing mineral (say, microcline) over a specified temperature range (a la Pang and Reed, 1998)?

 

Thanks,

 

Trevor

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Hi Trevor,

 

You can certainly assume equilibrium with an Al mineral to solve for the concentration of dissolved Al species. Just swap in your mineral (microcline) for Al+++ from the Basis pane and specify its mass (though the actual amount will not affect your results). Generally for minerals you specify a free mass.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC

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