Water Content Dependence - 2

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Ryan Threndyle
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Water Content Dependence - 2

Post by Ryan Threndyle » Mon Nov 23, 2020 1:06 pm

Two more follow on questions.

1. In the 'Water Content Dependent Solute Reaction Parameters' window, what is meant by the "prime" and "0" inputs ie. SinkWater1', SinkSolid0, etc. compared to the first three SinkWater/Solid/Gas 1

2. Does the water content have an impact on both SinkS1 and SinkL1, as well as first order attachment and detachment of the colloid (solute 1), or does it only alter one of these sets of parameters?

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Ryan

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Re: Water Content Dependence - 2

Post by Jirka » Mon Nov 23, 2020 5:49 pm

Ad 1. Obviously, there is the user manual or Context-Sensitive Help (and that's what you should consult first before posting questions here)
Ad 2. There is a separate entry for SinkS1 and SinkL1, so yes. Water content dependence is implemented for standard solutes (it was implemented for pesticides), not particles (attachment/detachment). J.

Ryan Threndyle
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Re: Water Content Dependence - 2

Post by Ryan Threndyle » Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:34 pm

Thank you.

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