Iodine is a chemical element with the symbol I
Iodine (or even iodine) is extremely important for most reef dwellers, in particular iris need it to maintain cell functions. The iodine concentration in the world's oceans is between 0.025 - 0.064 mg / l.
Many colors of corals in the sea water aquarium are reinforced by iodine - especially in combination with potassium. A post dosing with iodine can improve an iodine deficiency visibly in many corals after two weeks. Xenien and bladder corals especially show an increased growth with an adequate supply of iodine.
The iodine concentration in the seawater aquarium should be between 0.02 and 0.06 mg / l as in nature.
The GIESEMANN professional iodine test
- Very accurate colorimetric test
- High quality color card
- Accuracy 0.02 mg / l
- Measuring range 0-0.10 mg / l
- Very well recognizable color
- Sufficient for 40 measurements
- Detailed instructions for use
- color chart
- Reaction vessel with lid
- Dosing syringe 6 ml
- I1 Reaction solution
- I2 Reaction solution