This review updates and expands an earlier study (Glynn 1990), that is presently out of print. The principal objectives of this chapter are (1) to review the thermodynamic theory of solid-solution aqueous-solution interactions, particularly as it pertains to low-temperature systems (between 0 and 100°C), and (2) to summarize available data on the effects of ionic substitutions on the thermodynamic properties of binary sulfate solid-solutions. Selected carbonate and halide solid-solutions are also considered.

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Studies of solid-solution aqueous-solution (SSAS) systems commonly focus on measuring the partitioning of trace components between solid and aqueous phases. The effect of solid-solution formation on...

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