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All abstracts by Josep M. Soler in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) Using Reactive Transport Modelling to Analyse Cement-Groundwater-Rock Interaction. The LCS Experiment at Grimsel
Chaparro MC, Saaltink MW & Soler JM

(2017) Portland Cement – Rock Interaction. Diffusion and Advection Scenarios
Soler J, Chaparro C & Saaltink M

(2017) 2D Reactive Transport Modeling of Opalinus Clay-Opc-Bentonite Interaction
Yokoyama S, Minato D, Watanabe Y, Soler J & Cama J

(2016) Hydrodynamic and Geochemical Evolution of Artificially Fractured Marl Cores Under Supercritical CO2 Conditions
Dávila G, Luquot L, Soler JM & Cama J

(2016) The Role of Mineral Heterogeneity on the CO2 Storage Capacity and Injectivity Under CO2 Supercritical Conditions
Garcia-Rios M, Luquot L, Soler JM & Cama J

(2015) Effect of S Impurities on the Interaction between CO2-rich Solutions and Limestone and Marl Rocks at P = pCO2 = 10 Bar
Thaysen EM, Cama J & Soler JM

(2015) Modeling the DR-A in situ Diffusion Experiment (Opalinus Clay): Ionic Strength Effects on Solute Transport
Soler J, Steefel C, Leupin O & Gimmi T

(2014) Gypsum Precipitation during Interaction between CO2-Rich Sulfate Solution and Carbonate Rocks (From Atmospheric to Supercritical CO2 Conditions)
Cama J, Garcia-Rios M, Luquot L & Soler JM

(2013) Reactive Transport Modeling of Cement/Concrete – Rock Interaction: The Tournemire and Maqarin Cases
Soler JM

(2013) Interaction between CO2-Rich Brine and Marly Shale Under Supercritical CO2 Conditions
Dávila G, Luquot L, Soler JM & Cama J

(2013) Perturbing a Field Diffusion Experiment: First Results of the DR-A Test in the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory (Switzerland)
Gimmi T, Leupin OX, Soler JM & Van Loon LR

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