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Henry's Constant as a Function of pH
This will perform a Henry's constant calculation as a function of pH in the presence of suspended solids.
If you want to calculate the Henry's constant as a function of pH without solids, simply set the solids concentration to zero.
If you wish only to carry out Henry's constant as a function of pH with no solids just choose a solid concentration of 0.0
You determine the nature of the suspended solids by selecting:
•Total Solids e.g 0.001 g/L
•Sand surface area
% swelling, non-swelling
•Metals in solution that may
Molarity of charge 1,2,3 ions
•Units for the Henry's constant
When the calculate button is pressed you will see a tabbed output. The tabs and their content are:
•Rxns: these are the graphical depiction of the microconstants and their calculated micro pKa's.
•Henry Plot: this is a plot of the Henry's Constant as a function of pH.
•Data Table: this is a table of numerical Henry's constant as a function of pH.
Click here to watch a tutorial video.