Silicic acid is a very weak acid. It is the compound of silicon, oxygen and hydrogen. Silicon is not found in free form in the nature. Mostly it is found in the nature in oxide form. Usually, oxides of silicon are very little soluble in the water whereas the others silicon compounds are insoluble in water. The solubility of silicon dioxide creates silicic acid. Little amount of silicic acid is Read more
Higher level of arsenic in drinking water is dangerous for health. It is a semi-metal element. In general it is naturally found in the earth’s crust. It is odorless, tasteless and colorless. So you are not able to conform if your drinking water is contaminant to the arsenic. You can only determine the presence and concentration of arsenic in water with the laboratory analysis. It should Read more
What is the reason for bubbles in bottled water? – The main reason for bubbles in water bottle is dissolved gases. There are many reasons for dissolving gases in the water. The amount of gases dissolved in water depends on pressure, temperature, types of dissolved gas, chemical composition of the bottled water. Atmospheric gases such as oxygen, carbon di-oxide, nitrogen and other gases Read more
Niagara Bottling, a family owned bottled Water Company in USA is a voluntary recall covering 14 brands of its water because of possible contaminant E. coli bacteria. The possible affected date is from June 10 to June 18 of this year. The affected bands are Niagara Spring Water, Acadia Spring Water, Acme Spring Water, Big Y Spring Water, Nature’s Place Spring Water, Pricerite Spring Water, Read more
Alkaline water means the pH level of the water is above seven. PH scale level is from 0 to 14, where pH level 7 is the neutral position. Below pH level 7 is acidic. Basically, pure water PH is 7, but many contaminants in the water, make change the pH. The best drinking water pH level should be 8 to 9, which is alkaline. It can be attained by alkalizing the water. Hence, it should be known what Read more
What is the distilled water?
If most of the impurities are removed from water through distillation process, then that water are called distilled water. Steams are created by boiling the water, then condensing the steam through a condenser and collect the condensate into a container; it is called distillation process.
Uses of distilled water
There are many uses of distilled water such as Read more
Springs water means the water that flows on to the surface from the underground water source in naturally or collect by pumped the underground water through a borehole tapping (According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration – FDA). It is collected from the nature, artesian spring or mountain. The drinking spring water is considered to be free from harmful elements and micro-organisms. Read more