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Re: SI S



David-

That's just great!

"I expect at some point all the polysulfides and other sulfur redox states
will cause some problems."

We cut those all out. If they are in, they use up so much of the reduced sulfur that the calculated H2S activity is lowered significantly, meaning that the calculated gas pressure is much less than we observe. So we don't believe any of those numbers Shock produced. I intend to ask him about it sometime.

Greg.



Prof. Emeritus G.M. Anderson
Department of Geology
University of Toronto
22 Russell Street
Toronto, Ontario Canada
M5S 3B1

phone:	416 978 2062 (hardly ever there)
fax:		416 978 3938

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