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Re: [APD] Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 25, Issue 72

>Hydrogen peroxide is an excellent oxidizer that is safe for fish and 
>biofilms in very low concentrations (~16ppm). The only problem I ran 
>into with it was that it would oxidize the iron in the water column and 
>create a slight whitish haze. It is probably totally unnecessary in an 
>aquarium unless you have good reason to believe that there are a great 
>deal of dissolved organics that cannot be removed by carbon or a water 
>change for whatever reason.

It's only lgitimate use in the aquarium is if you need to get a lot
of oxygen into the wator very very quickly. (Ref: Dieter
Untergasser, Handbook of fish Diseases, TFH press.


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