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Subsection 7.1.5: Zero Temperature Up Section 7.1: Boundary Conditions Subsection 7.1.7: Prescribed Displacement

### 7.1.6 Zero Solute Concentration

Use this boundary condition to set the solute concentration to zero for a multiphasic analysis (e.g., biphasic-solute, triphasic, etc.). It differs from a zero prescribed solute concentration in that the degrees of freedom for a zero solute concentration boundary will be removed from the linear system. Solutes must first be defined in the Solute Table.
Subsection 7.1.5: Zero Temperature Up Section 7.1: Boundary Conditions Subsection 7.1.7: Prescribed Displacement