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Re: New database, new versions of PHREEQC and PhreeqcI



David
Thanks for your quick reply.  I'll write Tony.

FYI, I still don't undertand this, in part because:

dlpark@xxxxxxxx wrote:

> <snip>

> Solute flux
> depends on the depends on the inflow concentration and concentration
> gradient at the inlet, and the concentration and concentration gradient at
> the outflow cell.

For column experiments, the concentration at the exit
is time varying (and unknown)!

I'll take this up with Tony.

Alan
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