Magnesite dissolution rates at different spatial scales : The role of mineral spatial distribution and flow velocity

@inproceedings{Salehikhoo2013MagnesiteDR,
  title={Magnesite dissolution rates at different spatial scales : The role of mineral spatial distribution and flow velocity},
  author={Fatemeh Salehikhoo and Li Li and Susan L. Brantley},
  year={2013}
}
We examined the role of mineral spatial distribution and flow velocity in determining magnesite dissolution rates at different spatial scales. One scale is the column scale of a few to tens of centimeters where dissolution rates are measured. Another is the “local” in situ scale defined as approximately 0.1 mm. The experiments used two columns with the same bulk concentration but different spatial distributions of magnesite. In the “Mixed” column, magnesite was evenly distributed spatially… CONTINUE READING
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