Is sparkling water in any way more fattening than tap water or have any relation to cellulite problems?
If it's just water, even carbonated water (ie water with carbon dioxide, a gas, added) it isn't fattening at all. Water has no calories. If, on the other hand, it's one of those flavored, sweetened, vitamined "waters", it could contain more calories and therefore be considered more fattening (although I very much doubt that there's anything resembling water out there that contains any kind of fat in itself).
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According to the latest comsumer reports bottle water on the average is about the same as tap water. Bottled water is handy but primarily an image fad.
Probably the hot water heater is off, either it has broken down or the pilot light has goen out.
a river that carries more water than any other
Bottled water does not provide the reliable purity that is popularly thought. There have been thousands of tests of the purity of tap water from different sources and thousa…nds of tests of the purity of different versions of bottled water. The results show the the best tap water sources are better than many bottled water sources and many bottled water sources are no better than good quality tap water. Bottled water is not required to meet purity standards that are better than tap water.
because tap water has a certain chemical that makes it tap water so it does not vanish in the drains but regular perifided water does not have this chemical in it.. JKJKJK! i… really dont know i made that stuff up :P!
Because tap water is just bringing water to you. Distilled water is getting the water, and also, boiling it then collecting the condensation for 100% pure water. If it doesn't… say distilled, but still says "pure," then it is just filtered water, which still contains minerals other than water. Also "pure" water is more expensive than tap water.
NO!!! bottled water costs so much more than tap!
ummmm may i ask what the hell are you talking about????
Yes. The ocean is about 2.5% denser than fresh water. This causes greater buoyancy of objects and a swimmer can notice this easily. The average density of water at the o…cean's surface is about 1.025 g/ml or 2.5 % greater than pure water. This is due to the mass of added sea salts which is 3.5% or .035 g/ml. The added sea salts have only a small effect on the volume, so the resulting combination is more dense than pure water. If the salt added to water caused the volume to increase significantly, then the resultant combination could be less dense, but it is not. One could get more technical and try to figure out how much volume is being taken up by the added salt, and thereby explain why the density increased by the amount observed. That turns out to be tricky and one concludes that the electrical charge of the ions is causing some sort of rearrangement of water molecules. That becomes an interesting question in itself, but getting an explanation at the molecular level is a different question.
That depends on where you live in the world - In Norway tap water is completely harmless, however in places like London it can make you seriously ill. So I recommend bottled w…ater for the most parts.
Actually tap water is more regulated and pure than bottled water
Yes, yes it does.
It really depends on what Country you are in, for example if you are in the UK, the tap water is really clean so you can drink it. However, if you were in China, the tap water… is not that clean so you can't drink it. So depending on where you are the answer is different. But if you were in a Country where the tap water was clean. Yes there will be some Vitamins but not many.
Short Answer: Conductivity in salt water and tap water is the result of movement of charges (positive and negative) which are ions in the liquid. This is different than elec…trons moving in wires. Salt water has more ions than tap water, so more charge carriers and more conductivity. Longer Answer: The electrical conductivity of water, whether in its pure form or with dissolved ions like salt, is explained as the movement of charged ions and not in terms of transport of nearly-free electrons as would be the case for a metal wire. With the application of a voltage, the electric field created in the liquid exerts a force on the ions, opposite directions for positives and negatives, and since this is a liquid, the ions move with relative ease. (Far less ease than electrons in a metal but far more than atoms in a solid.) Movement of these charges is the electrical current one measures. A lot of charges will result in a lot of current or a higher conductivity. In pure water, the ions that are moving are the solvated protons in the form of H 3 O + and hydroxide ions, OH - . In other ionic solutions it is the dissolved ions themselves, for instance in salt water, sodium chloride dissociated into the ions Na + and Cl - . In tap water, there are also other metals like calcium, magnesium and iron and anions like sulfates, bicarbonates and more, depending on the water source. All these cations and anions participate in the ionic motion and hence conductivity of the water. Salt water has more conductivity that tap water because the number of charged ions is usually vastly larger in salt water.
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No. There is no glucose in tap water. This would cause a major health concern as the glucose would be a food source for bacteria. The water would have a bad smell, colour, clo…udiness and taste.
Because in order to distill the water, many chemicals are added to it in order to purify the water. Tap water is almost coming straight out of the ground or other areas withou…t being purified as much as distilled water.