kellybiagi Posted June 9, 2015 Share Posted June 9, 2015 To whom it may concern, This may be a really basic question, but I was wondering how GSS calculates the water type for a sample? In a previous post, it mentions that the water type is based off of the most abundant ions in the sample after speciation. I am just a little confused because I have a sample where the calcium exceeds the sodium (in meq/L) but the sample classifies as Na-SO4 type. I was wondering if I could get some clarification on this? I have attached a GSS spreadsheet with some of the data. Thanks! Kelly GSS_example.gss Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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