PH, CO2 & Ventless fireplace have in common? Trouble

Discussion in 'Water Chemistry' started by Otty, Dec 10, 2007.

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  1. reef_guru

    reef_guru Humpback Whale

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    i have 2 boys ( 11, 17 )
    glad to hear you got the lines outside, your tank will be better off.
     
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  3. Tangster

    Tangster 3reef Sponsor

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    When my boys where that age I had an excuse to do nothing they always had my tools somehwre else LOL ..
     
  4. Otty

    Otty Giant Squid

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    Shoot 11, & 17 you can get some work out of those boys.
     
  5. Newreef15

    Newreef15 Horrid Stonefish

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    So low oxygen levels in the water lower the ph ?
     
  6. Otty

    Otty Giant Squid

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    High CO2 levels in the air lowers pH.
     
  7. horkn

    horkn Giant Squid

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    You will get this same reaction if you have a large number of people in your house in winter or if the windows are all closed up. We had this happen at one of our reef club meetings. The tank controller set off an alarm, and that signaled the issue.