(Oct// ) – Difference Between Distilled Water And Deionized Water: Both Are Just Water With Ions Removed

deionizedThey are quite similar thing.

Both are just water with ions removed. Distilled water was deionised by distillation as apposed to another technique just like ion exchange chromotography. Then again, the end product is similar and either can be used. As a result, most labs should not have distilled water anyway even if plenty of individuals still call it distilled rather than deionised. Let me ask you something. It really doesnt matter if i use distilled water to dilute my solution instead of using deionized water? So, depending on your explainations, deionized water has no difference with distilled water? What does ddH20 stand for?

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The generic term deionized water just doesn’t specify the method by which ions were removed. Not all wounds are lacerations, It’s like saying all lacerations are wounds. The generic term deionized water just doesn’t specify the method by which ions were removed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGon2YMpHw

Not all wounds are lacerations, It’s like saying all lacerations are wounds.

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