X_absorption() calculates the relative abundance of the DIC species
as a function of solution temperature, pH, and salinity.
X_absorption(temp, pH, S)
The temperature of the solution (°C).
The pH of the solution.
The salinity of the solution (g/kg or ‰).
X_hydration = ((kCO2 / (kCO2 + kOHxKw / aH)) * 100), where
kCO2 is the rate constant for CO2 hydration from Johnson (1982)
kOHxKw is the rate constant for CO2 hydroxylation x Kw from Schulz et al. (2006).
aH is 10^(-pH)
Returns a data frame with the relative rates of CO2 absorption reactions:
Relative rate of CO2 hydration (%).
Relative rate of CO2 hydroxylation (%).
Johnson, K. S. (1982). Carbon dioxide hydration and dehydration kinetics in seawater. Limnology and Oceanography, 27(5), 894-855. doi: 10.4319/lo.1982.27.5.0849
Schulz, K. G., Riebesell, U., Rost, B., Thoms, S., & Zeebe, R. E. (2006). Determination of the rate constants for the carbon dioxide to bicarbonate inter-conversion in pH-buffered seawater systems. Marine Chemistry, 100(1-2), 53-65. doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2005.11.001
X_absorption(temp = 25, pH = 7, S = 30)
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