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    • #12382
      rturu
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      When using water, what is the difference between distilled water & bi-distilled water?

    • #95466
      JackBean
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      Why is this in Botany discussion? 🙄

      The more-times distilled water is more pure.

    • #95486
      jwalin
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      @ rturu
      bi= ??????? 😳
      1 nop 3 no 4 no

      😈 👿 😈 👿

      then what?

      it’s 2 right

      easy it is 😆 😆 😆 😆

    • #95490
      JackBean
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      jwalin: I don’t know, how much familiar are you with chemistry nomenclature (especially of organics), but there are two types of numering
      di- bi
      tri- tris-
      tetra- tetrakis-
      etc.
      with the second used for large substituents

    • #95731
      flyfield
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      Distilled water is not pure enough for some experiment, eg. PCR.But bi-distilled water can do it,and it is enough.After that tri-distilled water will not get a much better efficient,but a waste.

    • #96030
      MrMistery
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      using miliQ is easier anyway

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