Water as a solid, in the form of ice, is considered a mineral when it is naturally occurring. Ice in snow banks is considered a mineral but ice cubes you make in your freezer are not a mineral.
Is water a mineral right?
I am completely amazed. I was sure that water was NOT a mineral. But water is listed as a mineral in my dictionary definition. Of course, this isn't a science text, but at this point I'm willing to entertain the possibility that water is... a mineral. ...
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Is distilled water softer or harder then tap and mineral water?
mineral is the hardest because hard water equal high mineral content therefore distilled water is soft then mineral and more softer in tap ...