> I would like to add some kinetics directly in the llnl.dat database (to save space in the programming sheet), for other minerals than calcite, etc. that are already included. Is there a way to do this addition, saving the new datafile under another name and use it with PHREEQC ? Yes. Just add the new RATES to the database you are using. You probably want to leave the original database unchanged and save the new database with a new name. If you are running PhreeqcI, when you click "Run", you have the opportunity to select a database. You can also change the database for an input file when you are editing the input file by clicking File->properties. Finally, you can set the default database for new input files that you create with Options->Set Default Database. If you are running batch PHREEQC from a command line, you can invoke PHREEQC with 3 arguments, phreeqc input_file output_file database_file. David David Parkhurst (dlpark@xxxxxxxx) U.S. Geological Survey Box 25046, MS 413 Denver Federal Center Denver, CO 80225 Project web page: https://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/GWC_coupled CHENEVIERE Pascal <Pascal.CHENEVIERE@xxxxxx To: dlpark@xxxxxxxx inaelf.com> cc: In-Reply-To: <OF902A756B.04966C42-ONC1256CC5.004FF180@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Question 02/06/03 07:41 AM Dear David, I would like to add some kinetics directly in the llnl.dat database (to save space in the programming sheet), for other minerals than calcite, etc. that are already included. Is there a way to do this addition, saving the new datafile under another name and use it with PHREEQC ? Thanks for your help. Best Regards Pascal
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