Tropc Marin Ammonia Test

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  1. eddie

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    Hi there

    My tank is currently busy cycling and I have been testing for Ammonia, NO3, NO4 and so on. My Question is the instructions in the Tropic Marin test kit suggests that the ideal for ammonia is to be not detectable by the kit. Does this mean that it should be a slightly lighter yellow then 0.01 or does this mean it should not even turn any shade of yellow?

    I will start a new thread soon with some pics of my system.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    It should be lighter than 0.01, anything lighter is not really yellow from my experience with this test kit :)
     
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    By the way, Welcome to MASA :)
     
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    Thanks Mekaeel

    I will send a post introducing myself and my system.

    Cheers,
     
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