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Calculating Solubility Using Equilibrium Chemistry

Description

This model shows an approach for calculating the solubility of an element based on equilibrium chemistry. The mineral gibbsite, Al(OH)3 is used for the solid phase and dissolved Al-hydroxyl and Al-sulfate species are used to represent the aqueous speciation. These results are presented as a solubility curve of dissolved aluminum as a function of pH.

 

 For more information, contact:

Ted Eary
MWH Americas, Inc.
1825 Sharp Point Drive, Suite 118
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525 USA
ted.eary@mwhglobal.com or ted_eary@yahoo.com
970-212-2761

Additional Information

Keywords

Contaminant Transport Module, Solubility, Equilibrium Chemistry

Categories

GoldSim Applications, GoldSim Modules, Water Quality, Contaminant Transport Module

Experience Level
Intermediate
Contact

Ted Eary (Hatch)

 

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