On a related note, is it possible to have more than one masters species? I have a few instances where I have 2 or more radionuclides. Do I default to the radionuclide with the greatest solution concentration and treat the rest as incidental species, or do I do separate determinations for each radionuclide as if there were no competing radionuclide species? As a practical matter, none have very high solution concentrations. Thanks again. -----Original Message----- From: Dean, Paul V. Sent: Friday, August 16, 2002 11:03 AM To: 'David L Parkhurst' In-Reply-To: <2DDC07F1B84BD511BD400002A551ADE2DBD587@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: RE: Interactive PHREEQC Mr. Parkhurst - Thank you for your help.
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