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From: Andrew L. Scott

Subject: 'Best' database

I am performing uranium speciation of natural ground waters under various

conditions, including speciation with organic and inorganic ligands. What

are your opinions on the 'best' database to use for this application

(please also consider databases that are not necessarily in GWB format, as

I can convert if necessary). I am currently using thermo.com.v8.r6+, but

want to ensure I am using the 'best' available data. I have available, for

example, NIST standard reference database 46, critically selected stability

constants of metal complexes v7.0, and could easily obtain v8.0 if necessary.

 

 

From: J.L. Fernandez Turiel

Subject: RE: 'Best' database

You can try with the JNC database. The updates are recent.

http://migrationdb.jnc.go.jp/english.html

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