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(2023) 87Sr/86Sr Isotope Ratios and Sr Concentrations Hydrogeochemical Modeling of Spring Waters in the Strengbach Catchment (France)
Lucas Y, Chabaux F, Clement A, Fritz B, Ranchoux C, Ackerer J, Pelt E & Schmitt A-D

(2023) Natural Hydrogen Generation in Granitic Geothermal Reservoirs
Murray J, Wallentin A, Fritz B, Lemarchand D, Lucas Y & Schmittbuhl J

(2021) Hydrogeochemical Modeling of the Deep Water Composition in the Strengbach Critical Zone Observatory
Ackerer J, Ranchoux C, Lucas Y, Viville D, Clement A, Fritz B, Lerouge C, Schafer G & Chabaux F

(2019) Is Abiotic Hydrogen Generation Possible from the Granitic Basement in the Soultz-Sous-Forêts EGS Site (Rhine Graben, France)? A Hydrogeochemical Modeling Approach
Fritz B, Schmittbuhl J, Clément A, Bordmann V, Fleury J-M & Murray J

(2019) Theory of Isotopic Fractionation during Mineral Precipitation in Aqueous Solutions
Noguera C, Fritz B & Clément A

(2017) Tackling Some Geochemical Challenges Raised by Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS): The Example of Soultz-Sous-Forêts, France
Daval D, Pollet-Villard M, Ackerer P, Schmittbuhl J, Knauss K & Fritz B

(2017) Kinetic Simulation of Olivine Alteration with Simultaneous Nucleation and Growth of Lizardite and Magnesite Particles
Fritz B, Montes-Hernandez G, Clément A & Noguera C

(2015) Microstructural Modifications of Dissolving Silicate Minerals: Why Should We Bother?
Daval D, Pollet-Villard M, Ackerer P, Fritz B, Rémusat L, Guyot F, Bernard S, Saldi G & Knauss K

(2012) Modeling of Concentrations in Major Elements of Subsurface and Deep Waters in the Ringelbach Granitic Research Catchment (Vosges, France)
Schaffhauser T, Chabaux F, Fritz B, Ambroise B, Clement A & Lucas Y

(2011) Nucleation and Growth of Calcite Particles: Comparing Modelling and Experimental Approaches
Noguera C, Fritz B, Clement A & Montes-Hernandez G

(2011) Potential Products of Fluid-Rock Interactions in the Soultz-Sous-Forêts Enhanced Geothermal System
Fritz B, Baldeyrou-Bailly A & Vidal O

(2011) Modelling of Long-Term Diffusion-Reaction in the Callovo-Oxfordian Clay for Radioactive Waste Confinement
Delalande M, Fritz B, Clement A & Michau N

(2011) Modeling of Alteration Processes in the Ringelbach Granitic Research Catchment (Vosges, France)
Schaffhauser T, Fritz B, Chabaux F, Ambroise B, Clément A & Lucas Y

(2011) Geochemical Tracing of Water-Rock Interactions in the Ringelbach Granitic Research Catchment (Vosges, France)
Chabaux F, Schaffhauser T, Fritz B, Ambroise B & Stille P

(2009) Quantification of Cationic Exchanges in the Upper Rhine Valley Potash Basin: Coupled Geochemical and Modeling Approach
Lucas Y, Schmitt A-D, Chabaux F, Clément A & Fritz B

(2009) Account of Cationic Exchange in the Nucleation and Growth of Minerals in Aqueous Solutions
Noguera C, Fritz B & Clement A

(2009) Temperature Effect on Nucleation and Growth in Fluid-Rock Interaction Processes
Fritz B, Clement A & Noguera C

(2008) Modelling Nucleation and Growth of Nano- to Micro-Size Secondary Clay Particles in Weathering Processes
Fritz B, Clément A, Amal Y & Noguera C

(2008) Simulation of the Nucleation and Growth of Solid Solutions in Aqueous Solutions
Noguera C, Fritz B, Amal Y & Clement A

(2007) Dissolution, Nucleation and Growth of Mineral Phases in Aqueous Solutions
Noguera C, Fritz B & Clement A

(2004) Solid Solution Phases Used as Models for Complex Mineral Phases in Geochemical Computer Models
Fritz B, Noguera C & Clement A

(2004) A Geochemical Model for Dissolution, Nucleation and Growth of Minerals in Aqeuous Solutions
Noguera C, Fritz B, ance) F, Clement A, ance) F & Baronnet A

(2003) Effect of Temperature Variations on Mass Transfer in Fluid-Rich Metamorphic Systems: An Experimental Study
Verlaguet A, Goffe B, Brunet F & Fritz B

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