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http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2012/3/chemistry Aquarium Chemistry: Phosphate And Math: Yes You Need To Understand Both By Randy Holmes-Farley, Ph.D. Foods are by far the most important source of phosphate in most aquariums. In considering whether sources of phosphate other than foods are important, one must carefully look to the actual amounts involved to determine whether other […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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