Compositional controls on melting and dissolving a salt into a ternary melt

@inproceedings{Hatton2007CompositionalCO,
  title={Compositional controls on melting and dissolving a salt into a ternary melt},
  author={Daniel C. Hatton and Andrew W Woods},
  year={2007}
}
We explore theoretically the controls on dissolution of salt A, in an under-saturated brine of salts A and B. We show that, as the concentration of B increases, the dissolution rate of A decreases, for brine of given temperature. We also show that there is a sharper decrease in dissolution rate with increasing concentration, for concentrations of B above a critical value, where B limits the equilibrium concentration. We explore the implications of the predictions for dissolution of KCl or NaCl… CONTINUE READING

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