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Deionised Water

Deionised water, also known as demineralised water, is water that has had its minerals and ions removed through a process called ion exchange.

This results in water with a low electrical conductivity and a neutral pH, making it ideal for use in applications where regular tap water would interfere with the process, such as in battery production, electronics manufacturing, and laboratory experiments.

Deionised water is produced by passing the water through resin beads that remove ions such as sodium, calcium, and magnesium, leaving pure H2O. It is important to store deionised water in a clean, sterile container to prevent contamination and to regularly test its purity to ensure that it meets the specific requirements for the intended application.

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