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what is Sterilizing water?

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โˆ™ 2013-04-26 14:06:17

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sterile water is nothing but the sterilized water. To prepare this, the water is filtered through 0.2 micron filter which will remove the micro organisms such as bactia, fungi etc...

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Sterilized means that all the bacteria and viruses have been removed or killed, such as by UV irradiation or boiling. Sterilized water is not necessarily pure and could still be toxic, as it could contain poisonous substances in solution such as Mercury, lead, or arsenic. This question is in the water sports section, so for example chlorinated pool water would be sterilized but not necessarily toxin-free. The chlorine has sterilized the water by killing microorganisms, but that has not removed toxins including the chlorine itself.

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