rockwebmaster Posted December 26, 2004 Share Posted December 26, 2004 From: James Wilson Subject: Supcrt92-GWB database compatibility Could someone please tell me whether the supcrt databases (92/96) are consistent with GWB databases. I have thermodynamic data I wish to incorporate into GWB, and I am using Supcrt92 to generate Log K values. From: James Cleverley Subject: Re: Supcrt92-GWB database compatibility Here at Leeds for supcrt we have: S95.dat (September 1995) Slop98.dat (GEOPIG's 1998 database that includes metal complexes from Sverjensky 1995(?) and loads of organo-metalics) S99.dat (Cl & OH end-member minerals from Berman 1988, Sverjensky, 1991). From what I can see the 1996 GWB database (LLNL) is more comprehensive than our S95 but not as comprehensive as the Slop98! I don't have a 1996 database for supcrt. I know this doesn't help much with your query but does raise the issue of knowing what databases are globally available and a) where they come from, and what they contain. I guess it wouldn't be beyond the realms of possibility to have a GWB/supcrt/EQ36 dedicated web site with compilation lists of what software and databases are available in the public domain?? - just food for thought and to provoke ideas!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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