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mojoreef

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Hiya Collin just wanted to welcome you to Reef Frontiers. Looking forward to watching you simplify things for us non chemist types.

Mike
 

cwcross

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Hey great. Thanks for the warm welcome! I'll be working on getting some topics going in the weeks to come. For now, any questions are open game. I hear a lot of talk regarding phosphate buildups, especially in dsb's. I'm going to be looking into this topic shortly, with the objective of tracing the pathways of phosphates through the biosystems of our aquaria. Any comments, questions, curiosity or insights into this area?

Sincerely...Collin
 

reedman

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Glad to have you here Colin. I look forward to learning more about chemistry and its relation to my reef tank.
 

Curtswearing

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Welcome, welcome, welcome.

I like those chemistry questions myself even though I don't have a full understanding like a chemist. I'm looking forward to reading your posts.
 

mojoreef

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I hear a lot of talk regarding phosphate buildups, especially in dsb's. I'm going to be looking into this topic shortly, with the objective of tracing the pathways of phosphates through the biosystems of our aquaria. Any comments, questions, curiosity or insights into this area?
Hmmm that sounds like a meaty one Collin. Got to love a guy that hitss the ground running. Sounds like fun.


Mike
 

MikeS

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I'm an admitted chemistry dummy....looking forward to getting thrashed here... :D :lol:
Mike
 

cwcross

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I remember getting into some trouble for telling some of my students they could get an A by catching enough hydrogen gas in thier test tubes of sodium in water to cause the glass to explode when they lit it...Somehow my advisor didn't think that was very funny...C
 
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