Ionic Transport in Nano-Porous Clays with Consideration of Electrostatic Effects

Abstract : This article begins with a discussion of the classic theory of diffusion in porous media, the limitations of which for clay media are highlighted with selected diffusion experiment results from the literature. The second section introduces specifics of clay minerals and clay materials that explain some of the inconsistencies found in using the classical diffusion theory. In a third section, constitutive equations for diffusion in clay porous media are proposed and the link between the predictions made with these equations and the experimental results is achieved through simple examples. In a fourth section, reactive transport (RT) model applications to the selected examples provide the basis for a discussion on diffusion process understanding and the current limitations of the proposed approach. In a final section, a summary is provided, together with perspectives on RT models and further code development that is needed.
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Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, Mineralogical Society, 2015, 80, pp.287-330. 〈10.2138/rmg.2015.80.09 〉
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Christophe Tournassat, Carl I. Steefel. Ionic Transport in Nano-Porous Clays with Consideration of Electrostatic Effects. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, Mineralogical Society, 2015, 80, pp.287-330. 〈10.2138/rmg.2015.80.09 〉. 〈hal-01269893〉

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