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RE: [AGA-Member] Co2 problems!

--- Adam Michels <amichels@trafficleader.com> wrote:

> Yeah, once I got my KH up, my pH went up as well, to
> about 7.5 (morning
> reading), which is also about the same pH as my tap
> water. Maybe the
> baking soda had a buffering effect,

Aboslutely, KH pushes the pH up and CO2 pushes the pH down.
That's why one can measusre the KH and pH and then use the
CO2/KH/pH table to determine CO2 levels.

That's pretty much the relationship between them. KH
doesn't raise or lower the amount of CO2, it jsut buffers
the effect on pH.

Scott H.

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