Which is the Purest Form of Water?
Rainwater is the purest form of water. Impurities and salts found in water on Earth are left behind during vaporization by the sun. Rainwater is the purest form of water. The sun vaporizes the water, leaving behind impurities and salts from Earth. However, the rainwater we gather on earth is not intrinsically pure since it also picks up impurities and toxins contained in the sky.
Fresh water is defined as water that has been distilled or deionized. Purified water was evaporated to eliminate every dissolved substance that had been combined with water. As water evaporates, it distills or leaves the salt behind. The pure evaporated water is collected and condensed to create purified water.
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