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Re: [APD] O2 and CO2 In Solution
Nope. For aquarium pruposes, you can consider the the CO2 as having no effect on the ability of O2 tobe absorbed. Note, however, that a CO2 enriched planted aquarium is likely to have high O2 levels due to the plant activity.
Have plants, have fun,
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----- Original Message ----
From: John Seymour <jtseymour at alltel_net>
To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 2:00:55 AM
Subject: [APD] O2 and CO2 In Solution
Greetings from Lookout Mountain in NW Georgia, USA!
My very first "newby" question is simply this: does the presence of
dissolved CO2, at the levels one would normally maintain in a planted tank,
diminish the dissolvability of O2?
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