Undoubtedly, one of the first things you learn in aquarium fishkeeping is the correct pH for your saltwater aquarium, which ranges from 8.0 to 8.5. Also, you most likely learned that maintaining stable pH levels is as important as adjusting to the correct pH levels.
In addition, since rapid or frequent changes in pH is detrimental to the health of your aquarium’s inhabitants. This concern is where Alkalinity comes in.
Thus, in this article, we’ll talk about alkalinity, how it stabilizes pH levels in the water and how to Raise Alkalinity in reef water.
Alternatively, you can skip to the Raising Alkalinity section if you’re already familiar with the water chemistry involved. Otherwise, read on.
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