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  1. Jacob Williams

    Jacob Williams Junior Poster

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    Hi,

    I am new to plant aquariums, I have a 25 Gallon tank with just algae eaters as of now, just a week old tank.

    I set up a DIY Co2 with Yeast, sugar and baking powder. I used baking powder instead of soda will this create problems, I have connected the output gas to a fine stone and there is a steady stream of very fine bubbles.

    Will there be a problem because I used baking powder instead of baking soda?

    Jacob
     
  2. Biollante

    Biollante Lifetime Charter Member
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    A Little KHC4H4O6 Or H2C4H4O6 Or Ca(H2PO4)2.H2O Or Na2SO4.Al2(SO4)3 Or Ca(H2PO4)

    Hi Jacob,

    The biggest problem you will face is that your tank is a week old with living critters. :(

    The baking powder has an acid added, I do not think it will do too much harm to the yeast. :confused:

    Biollante
     
  3. rockhoe14er

    rockhoe14er Prolific Poster

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    Yeah i don't think it'll matter.
     
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