A thermostatic water bath for experimental studies in aqueous solutions
A temperature-controlled water bath for the study of ion-pairing equilibria and mineral solubility in aqueous solutions below 100°C is described. The bath is similar to a previously described system (P. B. Hostetler and C. L. Christ, 1968, U.S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 600-D, p. D217-D221) but incorporates several significant improvements. Included among these are a more efficient stirring mechanism, a potentially larger solid-to-solution ratio, and improved equilibration of the gas phase with the solution.
|A thermostatic water bath for experimental studies in aqueous solutions
|Journal of Research of the U.S. Geological Survey
|U.S. Geological Survey
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