i dont know if your getting to the bunch i posted or not, there alittle off topic, but I rarely feel like i get a chance to get a question answered to go in to the detail you do. these are the main ones i had.Seachem;3277795; said:Hi everyone. I spoke with our Research Director this morning and here is the information he provided in regard to the buildup aspect of Prime:
Prime binds to things, such as ammonia, by forming salt complexes (specifically with ammonia, an imidium salt is created). This is also the nature by which it dissipates, or becomes no longer available. It is through this formation of salts that the Prime does not remain in its original form. The true way to remove these no longer active salts is through the common practice of water changes.
I am going to go through the last few posts and see which questions still have yet to be answered and try to work through them today. Thanks for all of the interest in this topic!