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Cation exchange geothermometry: a critique
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The geochemical studies of geothermal systems provide insight into the physiochemical processes responsible for their origin and evolution on the basis of the chemical composition of fluids (separated vapor and water) collected from fumaroles, hot springs and drilled wells. Using chemical geothermometers and the conservation of mass, energy and alkalinity, the chemical concentrations are converted to the reservoir conditions to predict the state of water-rock interaction and reservoir processes like boiling, condensation, mixing with other fluids, mineral dissolution-precipitation, etc.
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