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Advective Displacement Method for the Characterisation of Pore Water Chemistry and Transport Properties in Claystone

Figure 5

(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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