Ok, I've read a bunch of stuff about aeration affecting pH and TA.
I don't get it.
Isn't aeration simply either passing air through the water, or passing the water through the air?
I can understand how aerating in this way can affect the desolved gas levels in the water, CO2, Chlorine, Oxygen and Nitrogen. I don't understand how that affects the level of carbonates and borates (TA) and pH (H- ions in balance with +ions (usually OH+) (I can never keep the cation and anion distinctions straight)).
So, how does this work?
One reason I'm curious is because my ozonator is not supposed to affect the pH levels at all, and there are tons of bubbles coming out my jets, lots of air.