Hmm..it almost did when I forgot to turn the valves off when I disconnected my canister filter.
Found a conversion chart.
* 0.02 = mEq/L
so 225 mg
* 0.02 = 4.5 mEq/L
Now this is very odd. This means that either Hagen's acceptable range or their conversion is wrong. They say I shouldn't be over 125 mg
/l (2.5 mEq/L by their conversion). However, my KENT dKH
buffer states that he range should be between 3.5 to 5.5 mEq/L, and my values fall between that.
So, if the conversion is correct, and my KH
is within normal range, then my tank is acutally normal, as the pH has stabilized after adding the buffer.
Perhaps it's time to actually get a fish
Btw, my wife hates me
I moved my freshwater tank into the living room, so now we have a 55g freshwater and 110 gallon saltwater tank in the living room. She's going to be even madder when I purchase and set up my QT