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distilled water

noun
1.
water from which impurities, as dissolved salts and colloidal particles, have been removed by one or more processes of distillation; chemically pure water.
Origin
1495-1505
1495-1505
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  • Best with distilled water so you don't spot the leaves.
  • Ng used delicate brushes and mild solutions, some as basic as distilled water, to remove centuries of dust and dirt.
  • distilled water is chemically pure and is always used for medicinal purposes.
  • Fill a spray bottle with purified or distilled water and add several drops of an organic essential oil.
  • If rubbing alcohol is not available, grab a bottle of distilled water.
  • With a higher freezing point, the tap water had an edge that outweighed the distilled water's lower temperature.
  • distilled water actually is a fairly good insulator.
  • When all three are put in a beaker and mixed with distilled water, the peas' cellular structure starts to break down.
  • The bath contains unset gel made with deionized or distilled water, which is calcium-free.
  • Scale or precipitate from non-distilled water would negate the tubes effectiveness.

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