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Attributes / Specifications
500 mL, Carefully formulated to support the healthy & continuous growth in the reef aquarium by replenishing all the essential cationic trace elements used by corals, invertebrates & algae.
- Adds strontium, barium, chrome, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, boron to your aquarium
- Carefully formulated to support the healthy & continuous growth in your reef aquarium
- Replenishes all the essential cationic trace elements used by corals, invertebrates & algae
- Contains no phosphates, chelates & other unnatural solvents
- Primary BrandTropic Marin
- Days to ShipShips in 2-3 Business Days
In the natural marine environment, essential trace elements exist in both anionic (negative) and cationic (positive) forms. With the combined use of two complementary solutions, Tropic Marin Pro-Coral K+ Elements and Tropic Marin Pro-Coral A- Elements (sold separately), you can supply the aquarium with all of the essential trace elements. The two-solution approach guarantees optimum availability of the compounds and avoids unwanted reactions of the elements with each other. Trace elements are natural minerals, which have essential functions in many of the biological processes of living organisms. Many cationic trace elements are associated with enzymes. These enzymes are not able to function properly without their associated trace element present. Several trace elements are involved in photosynthesis while other trace elements support building and stabilization of calcareous skeletons. A severe trace element deficiency can lead to bleaching of corals. There are no substitutions for trace elements; therefore, it is essential that all trace elements be added to the aquarium in a naturally balanced mixture. Tropic Marin Pro-Coral K+ Elements is carefully formulated to support the healthy and continuous growth in the reef aquarium by replenishing all the essential cationic trace elements used by corals, invertebrates and algae.