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MINEQL+ is a powerful and easy-to-use chemical equilibrium modeling system that can be used to perform calculations on low temperature (0-50oC), low to moderate ionic strength (<0.5 M) aqueous systems. MINEQL+ is a data driven program, so you do NO programming. In the simplest scenario, you create systems by selecting chemical components from a menu, scan the thermodynamic database and run the calculation. However, MINEQL+ also provides tools to allow you to take control of your reaction data, create a personal thermodynamic database, perform synthetic titrations and automatically process multiple samples (such as field data).
More information can be found at http://www.mineql.com/Overview.html.
Windows Desktop computers.
MineQL+ can be used by anyone in the College of Engineering.
The software can be downloaded here: MINEQL+ - Version 4.6 (must provide ONID username and password).
Official support for MineQL+ can be accessed here: https://mineql.com/Support.html