Activated Carbon Aquarium

By · Monday, January 18th, 2010

Activated Carbon Aquarium
much carbon can be activated in an aquarium?

I have a filter in 900 ml and 800 ml in the other in a 55gl tank

The only times that might actually exaggerate the activated charcoal if the blockage of the filter, or if you have live plants that are fertilized. Activated charcoal absorbs many of the nutrients in liquid fertilizer (iron, magnesium and potassium are some of the largest), which can result in plants starve. In addition, activated carbon is not released to compounds with bonds in any normal aquarium conditions – without several thousand degrees of heat, there is nothing in a jar that could break the bonds formed between the carbon and its compounds target.

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