Oxygenating Fish Pond with Ozone
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Since ozone contains more oxygen than oxygen itself, and it is 10 times more soluble in water than oxygen. From my research, I see that ozone is easy to produce from oxygen. So I'm thinking of the possibility of oxygenating high density fish ponds with ozone rather than the costly practice of agitating or bubbling air into the water. What do you think?
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Ozone will oxidize organic matters in the pond and turn them into sth that's dangerous to fish.
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