2nd October 2019

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What is pure water in chemistry?

Pure water is a clear, colorless, and odorless liquid that is made up of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. The chemical formula of the water molecule, H20, was defined in 1860 by the Italian scientist Stanislao Cannizzarro.

Why is it bad to drink pure water?

Why Ultra-Pure Water Is Actually Bad for Your Health (Video) There is no such thing as truly pure water in the natural world. Even water in the purest springs and lakes contains small amounts of dissolved minerals such as sodium, chloride, potassium, calcium and magnesium.
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