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Re: pH crashes maybe not
Wright Huntley wrote:
> Likewise, ammonia can kill at higher pH (more gets converted from
> ammonium) and nitrite gets deadly at pH below about 6.5. It is the toxic
> materials damaging the fish, and it just happens that pH correlates with
> the chemical effects that render them lethal.
Wright, could you point me to a reference that describes the increased toxicity of
nitrites at low pH levels?
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