Hey so I have a question about co2 and diffusion in water. I have had co2 running on my planted tank for weeks now. I notice some things and have questions. First questions, most of the bubbles rise from the diffuser in fine bubble to the surface, even if blown about by the HOB. They eventually just rise up and pop at the surface. So my questions is, is any of that actually dissolving in the water? Is this even possible? Isn't it the same as air bubbles rising to the surface? They just rise up and dissolve into the air above the aquarium? If this is the case, how is this any good for the plants. Don't get me wrong, i've seen amazing growth from my plants in the past few weeks. I've been dosing ferts, root tabs, everything they need. So I do believe co2 is helping a ton, i'm just wondering if what's happening is a small amount of co2 is getting to the plants and then the rest is a waste and goes up into the air. Second question, will having the bubbles diffuse directly into an aquaclear powerhead help? I have heard that this can act similarly to an in-line diffuser on a canister. And gives a superior dissolve rate.