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Aeration

The aeration of water increases oxygen levels.


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  • At higher altitudes the atmosphere gets thinner and the air pressure is reduced. - 30
  • Water will boil at 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. - 74
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  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: When does water boil?
  Answer: Water boils at 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C. - 63

Question: What is ozone?
  Answer: Ozone is a molecule that is composed of three oxygen atoms. - 258

Question: What is water?
  Answer: Water is a clear liquid composed of hydrogen and oxygen = H2O. - 62

Question: How much water is on the surface of the Earth?
  Answer: 71 Percent of the Earth's surface is covered with water. - 89


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