Formulating the Problem of the Geochemical Migration of Included Substances, and Methods of Solving it
In general form, the problem of geochemical migration of included substances may be formulated in the following manner. Let there be a definite configuration of the environment (rock, soil) within which, or at the boundary of which, sources of migrating substances exist. We shall assume that at the moment tentatively adopted as zero (t = 0) the distribution of substances in the medium is known. As a consequence of migration, the distribution changes with time. The problem of the geochemical migration of included substances lies in determining the distribution function of the substances in the medium at any moment of time.
KeywordsMigration Filtration Catalysis Geochemistry
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