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    …a depressed pH due to carbon dioxide build up. Certain measures, such as providing outside air to the skimmer intake port or other methods to control CO2 can bring pH in the aquarium back into a higher desired range without raising alkalinity to an unacceptable level. Changes to pH should be made…

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    pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values. Day 3:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values. Day 4:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite. If either Ammonia or Nitrite are over .25 ppm, you can add more bacteria, if desired. Day 5:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values Day 6:Measure pH,

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    …Determine the alkalinity in the aquarium using an accurate test kit before supplementing. Shake this product well before each use. Each ml of Brightwell Aquatics Reef Code B will increase the alkalinity in 1 US-gallon (3.785 L) of water by approximately 2.22 dKH (0.79 meq/L). If the initial…

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    …ingredients. 134 g per 1 US-gallon (3.785 L) of purified water yields a specific gravity of ~1.025 g/cm3, with a pH of ~8.30 and alkalinity of ~7.5 dKH. Manufactured by Brightwell Aquatics in their own production facility (not outsourced) under the strictest standards of quality. Every batch is…

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    …application in all marine and freshwater aquaria, featuring high capacity for the removal of latent organic material from water and minimal impact on pH. Promotes water quality by removing dissolved organic material, hence encouraging higher oxidation-reduction potential (ORP). Features high…

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    …nitrite, nitrate, pH A bottle of Brightwell Erse-Cl to remove all chlorine or chloramines (if you skip this, you can kill the bacteria in MicrBacter Start XLM). Of course, you will need an excellent aquarium salt mix, such as Brightwell NoMarine and purified tap water. Brightwell recommends the tap…

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    …secondary chamber) at a total ratio of approximately 9:1 aragonite:NoMag by volume. The rate of water flow through the reactor in conjunction with the pH of the water inside the chamber(s) will have the greatest impact on the rate of media dissolution. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions…

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    …is to employ Brightwell Aquatics NoMag (~13% magnesium by weight) in conjunction with CoraLazarus. NoMag may also be used in secondary chambers of calcium reactors to help eliminate free CO2 that has not reacted with CoraLazarus, thereby simultaneously reducing the propensity for pH to exist at a…

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    pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values. Day 3:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values. Day 4:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite. If either Ammonia or Nitrite are over .25 ppm, you can add more bacteria, if desired. Day 5:Measure pH, Ammonia and Nitrite and record values Day 6:Measure pH,

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    …strontium, magnesium, potassium, and sixty minor and trace elements), encouraging the growth of reef-building organisms and helping stabilize pH. Over 39% calcium and 57% carbonate by dry weight. Applications include refugia, sea grass and macroalgae bed systems, mangrove systems, and other…

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    …the calcium concentration in the aquarium using an accurate test kit before supplementing. Shake this product well before each use. Each ml of Brightwell Aquatics Reef Code A will increase the concentration of calcium (“[Ca2+]”) in 1 US-gallon (3.785 L) of water by approximately 16 ppm.…

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