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Aquarium Water Testing and Why it Matters

Aquarium keeping begins with proper water quality to ensure a healthy aquatic environment.  Although water may appear cr...

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Hanna & Pittcon 2019 - Your Highlights

Science at its best! The whir of magnetic stirrers, pistons pumping, and the beeping of instruments filled the air at Pi...

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The Importance of Water Quality in Keeping Zebrafish for Research

  Zebrafish (Danio rerio) belonging to the family Cyprinidae, are a group freshwater fish that have become an ideal mode...

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The Importance of Chlorine in Aquariums and Aquaculture

Chlorine analysis is extremely important for aquariums, aquaculture operations, ornamental fish ponds or any facility wh...

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Salinity Measurements in Aquariums

Salinity is one of the most widely tested parameters in saltwater aquariums. It is often the first water parameter many ...

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Does your TDS Meter Measure Up?

How Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Electrical Conductivity (EC) Measurements can impact your Reverse Osmosis Deionized...

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Aquascaping: The Art and Science of Aquariums

The natural world is widely used as a source of inspiration for countless works of art. Some of the world’s most well-kn...

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Why Testing Aquarium pH is Important

One of the most frequently tested and important parameters in aquariums is pH. Whether you are keeping Discus, African C...

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Why Does Aquarium Temperature Matter?

Aquarium temperature is often the first thing many home aquarium owners will test for and is critical for maintaining he...

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8 Best Practices for Using Your Hanna Marine Checker

Testing the levels with your Checker – like alkalinity, calcium, nitrite and more – may seem to be a cut-and-dry process...

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