ICP analysis 914 Help!

Sofia E.

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Hi I wonder if anyone at Fauna Marin could help me with my ICP results? The aquarium is called KORRA - my daughter has named it.
I am very confused as several important values that I thought were fine is marked as "not detectable", like density, salinity and acid binding capacity (ie alkalinity). I check salinity and alkalinity several times a week with Salifert test and refractor (calibrated with 0 TDS RODI). How is this possible? I have the tank full of soft corals, BTAs, sponges and fish that all seems to flourish. I am so confused..!

Please HELP.
 
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Yes, this was my first ICP. Have had the tank since 2018 and the corals are literally growing out of the tank ;)

Wish I still was blissfully ignorant, so I could go on and think I was a successful reefer...
 

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A Successful Reefer is IMO someone who still has a Tank running and can Actually Afford this Hobby!!

You Must Be Successful Sofia E.
 

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Hi Sofia
We actual sell a only. ICP Test. There is no Nitrate or Alkalinity on the tests.
 

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