A device used to add a substance to the aquarium water in a controlled manner. Ozone, kalkwasser, and carbon dioxide are the most common reactors. They are typically a chamber water is pumped through with an injector for the additive.
A device which combines your tank water and CO2 in a chamber before outputting back to your tank. These devices usually need a powerhead or canister filter to input water as they need a high flow to work properly.
Any of a variety of containers for carrying out refining, chemical, or other similar processes. Often reactors are little more than large tanks, but they can be very sophisticated, with methods for mixing reactants and controlling temperature.
A device used to add a substance to the aquarium water in a controlled manner. Ozone, kalkwasser, and carbon dioxide are the most common reactors. With an ozone reactor, for example, water is forced through a pressurized column of an air-ozone mixture.
A device used to force a specialized controlled reaction with a substance. The most common reactors are; an ozone reactor, which forces water through a pressurized column of an air-ozone mixture, and an oxygen reactor, which attempts to increase the O 2 capacity of aquarium water.
a very hot and messy environment with lots of high energy particles moving around so I suspect that your photoelectric material would be damaged over time (assuming it was something more intricate than a chunk of metal)