Reactive transport models without mathematical solution

Maarten W. Saaltink, Jesús Carrera & Maarten W. Saaltink
It is well known that not all mathematical equations have a mathematical solution. Also reactive transport models, being actually mathematical equations, may lack a mathematical solution or may have it only in a domain not applicable to the variable (for instance, negative concentrations). Obviously such models cannot represent reality, hence are wrong and should be avoided. Nevertheless, in reactive transport studies the possibility of nonexistence of a solution is seldom taken into account. A reason...
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