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With some thinking I came to the conclusion that
vortex reactors, or reactors in general, that
keeps CO2 under water must be able to
whip/rip the CO2 to small microbubbles to be really
Compare it with filter biomedia: The larger surface
area the more efficient it is. Smaller pores =
more surface for the bacteria.
Noone would use smooth and large stones as biomedia.
Smaller CO2 bubbles = more CO2-to-H2O-contact-surface.
Think about it: A perfect and homogenous CO2-vortex
must have much less CO2-to-H20-contact-surface than
a vortex with fine whipped CO2-micro-bubbles, and
therefore must be much less efficient?
--- StripMime Report -- processed MIME parts ---