On the distribution of multicomponent mixtures over generalized exposure time in subsurface flow and reactive transport: Theory and formulations for residence‐time‐dependent sorption/desorption with memory

@inproceedings{Ginn2000OnTD,
  title={On the distribution of multicomponent mixtures over generalized exposure time in subsurface flow and reactive transport: Theory and formulations for residence‐time‐dependent sorption/desorption with memory},
  author={Timothy R. Ginn},
  year={2000}
}
Mass conservation in the extended coordinates of space, time, and one or more exposure-time dimensions is used as a basis for the development of equations that govern the evolution of residence-time distributions of material undergoing convective-dispersive reactive transport to particular phases or states involved in the mass transfer reactions. The validity of using a continuous motion in the new exposure-time coordinate for tracking material residence-time distributions is placed in the… CONTINUE READING

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