Lightning Causing Nitrogen In Water

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So lightning can cause nitrate in the aquarium in the long run, lightning bonds together h20 water molecules in the atmosphere and makes water with nitrates and little bit of ammonia since its adding an ion. This is rained down on the ground or in the streams and rivers and lakes and causes nitrate and ammonia spikes and is basically fertilizer for the plants, to much of this could be a bad thing though, that's why the grass is always greener when it rains after a sever thunderstorm, because its raining down fertilizer. and the plants will absorb it, and then aerobic bacteria will break down the nitrate into nitrogen and the aerobic bacteria will break it down further into nitrite then into nitrate again and then you have a cycle.


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