2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcpx.2019.100021
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Abstract: A significant drawback of Lagrangian (particle-tracking) reactive transport models has been their inability to properly simulate interactions between solid and liquid chemical phases, such as dissolution and precipitation reactions. This work addresses that problem by implementing a mass-transfer algorithm between mobile and immobile sets of particles that allows aqueous species of reactant that are undergoing transport to interact with stationary solid species. This mass-transfer algorithm is demonstrated to…

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