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Re: [APD] CO2 bubbles surface area

The water already has enough of what the bubbles have, so
unless your water is extrememly rich in CO2, the bubbles
are mostly something else.


--- Rachel Sandage <rachelsor at gmail_com> wrote:

> That may be the answer to something I've noticed. I have
> set my internal
> filter to spray towards the CO2 ladder, so as the bubbles
> get smaller they
> don't have enough bouyancy to continue to climb the
> ladder against the force
> of the filter output. They aggregate until they can
> continue climbing, but
> they do not dissolve the way they do at first. You'd
> think with the
> increased water flow that they would, but they don't.
>  rs

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