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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 6

Calculated potential loss of gypsum and barite per kg brine, on cooling to 11°C (brine from well 2P 1/4/17).

Before (37°C)After (11°C)Loss
mol/kg H2Omol/kg H2Omol/kg H2O

Ca1.884-011.862-012.200-03
Ba1.316-067.933-075.227-07
SO4=1.858-021.637-022.210-03
Gypsum2.200-03
Barite5.227-07
mg/kg H2O
Gypsum378.8
Barite0.12

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