Here's a very simple explanation. Electricity is conducted by ions, in water these are usually found in salts and other compounds dissolved in the water. In distilled water which is a lot closer to pure H2O there are far fewer of these conducting ions.
If you want a more detailed answer I'm sure someone can go into the electrons involved.
To have water with no impurities.
Most common uses of distilled water are, >On cars batterries. >On steam irons. >And mostly in hospitals. Distilled water is used because its clean and does harms stuff,unlike tap water. Most common uses of distilled water are, >On cars batterries. >On steam irons. >And mostly in hospitals. Distilled water is used because its clean and does harms stuff,unlike tap water.
No. Distilled water has been completely purified; bottled water is just water from a stream or river, placed in a bottle and sold.
distilled water refers to water nearly free of ionised atoms such as Cl,Mg,and Na
Water is liable to contain various things dissolved in it. Distilled water is water that has been distilled; this means that the water has been heated to the point that some of it vapourises. This vapour is then passed over a cold surface which condenses it into water. The vapour that was produced was almost pure water vapour, and so is the re-condensed "distilled water" almost pure water.
No, distilled water is distilled water.
Distilled water. It has less bacteria and chemicals in it than tap water.
No, distilled water is simply water.
Distilled water is not a base.
You should not drink distilled water as it lacks minerals which are beneficial for us.Make a solution of the salt in distilled water.
Distilled water is neutral
Water (distilled or not) is a chemical compound - H2O.
Distilled water is simply purified water.
Distilled water in a compound.
Distilled water is a neutral
Distilled water is homogenous not heterogenous.