Distilled water is just water, the only possible impurity being a little hydrogen chloride. Tap water contains minerals from the rocks where it was collected, plus chemicals added by the water company to make it safe.
AnswerWell, tap and distilled aren't the same because tap has chloride and florid but distilled has no minerals.
Same as with distilled water and tap water-how much particulate matter it contains.
Tap water contains impurities like nutrients, some trace elements, and microorganisms. Distilled water is close to pure H20.
Distilled water is more pure than tap water or seawater.
The tap water contains lot of salts impurities which may absorb some amount of sound energy.Hence it is better to use distilled water only.
theoretically water when boiled becomes distilled water, boiling water gets rid of any impurities in tap water...so you could say boiled water which is then cooled is cleaner than tap water
Distilled water is obtained by distillation from tap water.
Conductivity is proportional to the number of free ions in a solution. Water that is purer has lower conductivity.
Distilled water is a chemically pure H2O.em...am nat 2 sure of dis i think tap water comes from d well,and a well is treated or has passed through sum process lyk:aeration,coagulation,sedimentation,filtration $ disinfection.MIND U DISTILLED WATER IS NAT ECONOMICAL.
you can tap tap
Bath water comes from a tap which is filtered by a water plant and contains chlorine. Distilled water is purified water by means of boiling the contaminated water and collecting the perspiration that collects from the steam.
what will happen if the tap water and distilled water put in freezer
You can if you like, but there will be very little difference from washing it in tap water.
Distilled water. It has less bacteria and chemicals in it than tap water.
The density to tap water will vary with its temperature and the additives to the pure water. There is a table of densities of pure water vs. tap water atwww.simetric.co.uk/si_water.html. Note, however, that the latter does not list the composition of the tap water. Normally encountered pressures do not affect the density of pure or tap water significantly.
Tap water often has additives, distilled water is justwater
Under similar conditions there would be no significant difference
Distilled water is neutral.
tap water can vary but on average tap water is denser
tap water can be either slightly more acidic or slightly more basic than 7.0 on the pH scale. distilled water is approx. 7.0 a.k.a neutral
Tap water contain some minor impurities.
You should use distilled water in all appliances where water is heated. Tap water contains mineral salts that get deposited on heating elements and within pipes. Distilled water is purified to remove these things and this lengthens the life of the equipment.