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Does pure water exist naturally?
Water that is in the form of clouds is relatively pure, although it does contain some dissolved pollutants from the air. Probably the purest you could find is old glacial ice in Antarctica, deposited at a time when global air pollution levels were much lower.
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Yes. Many homes have their own water well/water pump. It sometimes can depend on the depth of the well, or simply the location of where the water well is drilled. The so…ftness of water can vary from house, even in the same neighborhood. Some drill sites have a lot of iron and rust in the water, while others in the same area have good, clear, soft water. But there are many good water softeners that work extremely well to remove the iron and minerals if you have hard water.
cuz of all the particles at the bottom and people throw stuff in it
Granted pure water has no calories but how many does spring or well water with natural minerals have?
None. Spring water has a higher level of minerals, but minerals are not calories.
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ground water and glaciers
because lots of things can pollute the the and things around it
natural water can be found around you..in rivers, streams even underground water while pure water can rarely be found..if the water is pure it can dissolve lots of things
Pure water has a natural Ph due to the rate of dissociation to H+ and OH- is equal to rate of association to form H2O. Pure water has no free ions.
H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, I2, At2. when in pure form these elements can only exist as diatomic molecules
Water found in nature is never pure. Because of it's polarity, water naturally attracts most minerals. In order to get pure water, it must be filtered many times to remove all… the impurities.
Pure substances do not exist in nature because they always want to either gain or lose electrons to form a complete outer shell. Because of this they are almost always found a…s part of compounds with other elements. The exceptions are the noble gases which have complete outer shells naturally and are the most un-reactive elements, even so they are very hard to extract because of their low reactivity so it took years for scientists to even realise they existed because they wouldn't react with anything.
There are lots of particulate debris in the air that eventually settle, and minerals within its surrounding environment.
Because it mixes with different things in the environment. Distilled water is pure.
yes, like places where there aren;t contamination
because of their oxidation numbers, they want to obtain a stable electron configuration