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Use of PRHEEQC




Dear Dr. Parkhurst,


Just a short question.
Could PHREEQC be used for modeling petroleum brines (20,000 to 150,000 ppm)?
My main interest would be in speciation, SI, mixing, forward modeling and inverse modeling.


Many thanks,

Yours,

Alex Carrillo


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