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Chemistry of the System H2OCO2CaCO3
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aperture aquifer average bedding plane boundary conditions boundary layer Buhmann and Dreybrodt CaCO3 calcite dissolution calcite surface calcium calculated carbonate cave development cave passages channels closed system cm year"1 CO2 conversion CO2 pressure curves D.C. Ford dependence determined diameter diffusion boundary layer dissolution rates dissolved distance elementary reactions equilibrium Ewers experiments factor Figure first-order fissures flow velocity flux fracture function given groundwater HCO3 HCOJ hydraulic gradient hydraulic head hydrodynamic increasing initial input ionic joints karst systems karst water karstification laminar flow limestone mass transport mmol molecular diffusion obtained open system output particles pco2 penetration lengths permeability phreatic phreatic zone Plummer porous medium precipitation rates rate constant rate equation rate laws region rock saturation shown in Fig shows solution species speleothems stalagmite supersaturated temperature thickness tion tubes turbulent flow vadose vadose zone values water table zone