Moleaer's nanobubbles have a typical mean diameter of roughly 80nm based on extensive testing through independent laboratories using Malvern's NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis software. Bubbles this size lack enough buoyancy to reach the surface and instead follow Brownian motion. The net effect is that nanobubbles will remain suspended in water for months until they dissolve, traveling randomly throughout the body of water and efficiently aerating the entire water column. Subsequently, dissolved oxygen (DO) measured at the deepest parts of a tank or pond will match the DO recorded near the surface. This unique behavior enables nanobubbles to provide a homogenous distribution of oxygen throughout an entire body of water.