Caso4 And Mgso4 Have A Glitch In The Algorithm

Dustin Feagley

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Quick explanation:
I used the amount(grams) of CaSO4 for 4 gallons to compare to the rotala butterfly calculator. I did it again for MgSO4. Ca was off, and Mg was way off. I calculated the same way for KNO3 and KH2PO4, but both of those were accurate. Attached is a picture of what I did, but it may be too sloppy to make sense.
I just wanted to inform the site owner, but it sent me here, so I guess this is how I contact rotalabutterfly.com?

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fablau

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I am sorry Dustin, I have spent some time to figure out your table, but I can't understand the input values you have entered into the calculator. Could you please tell me more? How much stuff for how many gallons is giving you wrong values?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks.

Fab.