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A derivation of the macroscopic solute transport equation for homogeneous, saturated, porous media. 2. Reactive solutes at low concentration



A derivation of the macroscopic solute transport equation for homogeneous, saturated, porous media. 2. Reactive solutes at low concentration



Water Resources Research 17(2): 333-336



The macroscopic transport equation for a reactive solute at low concentration in a homogeneous, saturated, porous medium is derived on the basis of a rigorous cumulant expansion applied to the equation of mass balance for the solute both in the liquid phase and in the solid phase. The derivation includes a detailed consideration of the molecular-kinetic picture of adsorption.

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