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Phreeqc Question



Dear Dr. Parkhurst,

Sorry for the bother, I'm just a little dense when it comes to the
advection/transport areas.  Is it possible to using Advection to have two
"parrallel" columns and then mix their output solutions? Is it possible by
using the Save Solution m-n and then mixing the saved output solutions from
each column?  I'd appreciate any insights you might have.  Thank you.

Paul Domski


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