STBLTY is an integrated collection of nine major FORTRAN programs suited for the construction, refinement, and assessment of general equilibrium models derived from Potentiometric data. The extensive modular library of programs has been under active development since 1975, and has been tested on the CDC7600, IBM370/155, and IBM4341 large-mainframe computers. Applications of STBLTY have been varied and have included studies of ligands having as many as eight dissociable protons, Fe3+-catechol(1) and -enterobactin(2) complexes, Pu4+ — and Th4+-cathechol complexes,(3) polynuclear Cd2+-penicillamine(4) and -cysteamine(5) complexes, metal-ion-cellulose interactions, and humic acid protonation reactions. Both ion-selective electrode and glass electrode data have been used in STBLTY calculations.
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