Same as with distilled water and tap water-how much particulate matter it contains.
do you mean 'distilled' water in theory or the bottled water with the words 'distilled water' on the bottle? if you mean the real 'distilled' water, then yes. If you mean the bottled water, then no because during processing impurities will be mixed into the water.
Distilled water is a compound - H2O.
None. distilled water is (theoretically) pure.
The ethanol will be distilled first and the water stays in the flask
If you want to make distilled water from rainwater, you would perform distillation on the rainwater.
No, distilled water is distilled water.
The main difference between distilled and bottle water is the ions and minerals found in them. In distilled water, no ions nor minerals can be found while in bottled water such elements are present. The taste is also different due to the ions present (or absent in the case of distilled water) in the water. !!
In fact, it isn't even a mixture. Ice cubes and distilled water both are just water in two different states.
The water in my area sometimes tastes odd. What is considered the better choice in terms of pure drinking water? How does bottled spring water compare to distilled water? Whats the difference between the two?
demineralised water is the water free from minerals but pyrogens will be present but in distilled water it is free from both mineral and pyrogen.
The difference between salt water and distilled water is that distilled waters freezing point is 0 degrees and the salt waters freezing point is -21.1 degrees. this is because the more salt in water the longer it takes to freeze. salt lowers the temperature which water freezes and melts. answered by A* student.
Tap water contains impurities like nutrients, some trace elements, and microorganisms. Distilled water is close to pure H20.
There is no difference. I did some quick research and found out they were the same: 5% acetic acid, 95% distilled water.
Distilled water is more pure than tap water or seawater.
Distilled water is only H2O (ideally). Fresh water contains whatever it picks up from the stream bed ... including fish and animal waste.