Predominance and mineral stability diagrams revisited
Kinniburgh, David G.; Cooper, David M.. 2004 Predominance and mineral stability diagrams revisited. Environmental Science and Technology, 38 (13). 3641-3648. 10.1021/es034927lBefore downloading, please read NORA policies.
Predominance and mineral stability diagrams are most useful if they are based on a full chemical speciation. The diagrams can then include a wide range of reactions of importance in environmental chemistry including adsorption and ion exchange reactions. They can also take into account the possible interactions between a large number of components and are able to model changes at a fixed total concentration of each component rather than under the commonly used but less realistic assumption of a fixed activity. A “hunt-and-track” algorithm is described that enables predominance and mineral stability diagrams to be constructed using any general-purpose speciation program. Examples are given using PHREEQC and Orchestra.
|Programmes:||BGS Programmes > Groundwater Management|
|Additional Keywords:||GroundwaterBGS, Groundwater|
|Date made live:||22 Nov 2010 16:08|
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