Advective Displacement Method for the Characterisation of Pore Water Chemistry and Transport Properties in Claystone
(a) Breakthrough of bromide, chloride, and sulphate in an argillaceous limestone, with experimental time converted to pore volumes (water content); (b) elution of select cations for the same experiment. The composition of the injected artificial pore water (APW) is indicated on the right side.
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