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Research Article

A Review of the Hydrochemistry of a Deep Sedimentary Aquifer and Its Consequences for Geothermal Operation: Klaipeda, Lithuania

Table 4

Analyses reported in Table 3, converted to milliequivalents per litre (meq/L) and molar ratios.

Gerber et al.2P wellhead2P filter2PGlasgow 2P stored waterSeawater
Sample date5/10/1231/3/161/4/1619/7/20165/4/17

Major cations
Major anions
Minor elements
 Na/Cl molar ratio0.670.660.660.580.530.86
 Mg/Ca molar ratio0.560.520.520.520.515.20
 SO4/Cl eq ratio0.0220.0230.0230.0240.0140.103
 Ca/Cl eq ratio0.
 Mg/Cl eq ratio0.
 Sr/Mg molar ratio0.0180.0190.0190.0200.003
 Sr/Ca molar ratio0.0100.0100.0100.0100.015
 Sum cationsmeq/L15321650164916741836593
 Sum anionsmeq/L15601636164619042331594

IBE = ion balance error.

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