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The chemical formula (not symbol) of water is H2O.

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Is distilled water a compound a mixture or an element?

Water (distilled or not) is a chemical compound - H2O.

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chemical symbol for water is H2O

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What is distilled water a compound mixture or an element?

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Use of distilled water?

Certain chemical reactions require use of distilled water. Engines in our cars need distilled water. It is good practice to use distilled water for drinking purposes.

What is the chemical form of distilled water?

Water remain water -H2O.

Why is distilled water used during chemical analysis?

Since water is the Universal Solvent and Distilled water although is not the best water to be used but is free of any solids and ions and thus is used in Chemical and other testing purposes. The best option is not distilled water but DOUBLE DISTILLED DEIONIZED WATER

What is the chemical symbol for water?

The symbol for water is H2O .

Why should distilled water be used when conducting chemical tests?

Water that is not distilled contains things other than H2O. If you do a chemical test with not-distilled water, the things other than water could play a part in the reaction and invalidate your results.

How do I test distilled water to make sure it is distilled?

- by chemical analysis- measuring the electrical conductivity

Why is distilled water used in making chemical tests?

Distilled water is free of most improprieties found in normal tap water such as trace elements. Such improprieties can interfere with chemical tests

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