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Re: bernd

> have I in every case to multiply the phreeq-output
with 96000 to get the resulting SO4 in mg/L
so TOT("S(6)")*96000=SO4 in mg/L ?

Almost all quantities in PHREEQC are mol/kgw or moles. The function TOT
("S(6)")  returns mol/kgw of sulfur in the +6 state. To convert to mg/L:
mg/L = mol/kgw*96 g/mol*1000 mg/g * 1 kgw/L. The last factor is approximate
and should have some minor corrections for density and mass of solutes.


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