Part of the Monographs in Geoscience book series (MOGEO)
Law of Mass Action in Geochemistry
This law, discovered by Gouldberg in 1867, has a functional significance in the analyses of supergeneprocesses. Let us assume that the following chemical reaction is taking place in a dilute aqueous solution:
where B, C, R, and S are participating substances (molecules or ions), and n, m, k, and 1 are their stoichiometric quantities.
KeywordsNatural Water Hydrogen Sulfide Mass Action Solubility Product Alkaline Water
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