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'''[[Pure water]]''' is '''[[water]]''' that has a low electrical conductivity, but this increases significantly with the dissolution of a small amount of ionic material such as sodium chloride. '''[[Pure water]]''' is '''[[water]]''' that has a low electrical conductivity, but this increases significantly with the dissolution of a small amount of ionic material such as sodium chloride.
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 +Pure water has a neutral pH of 7, which is neither acidic nor basic.
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 +== Also See ==
 +<div style="column-count:2;-moz-column-count:2;-webkit-column-count:2">
 +*'''[[Water]]'''
 +*'''[[Snow]]'''
 +*'''[[Clouds]]'''
 +*'''[[Evaporation]]'''
 +*'''[[Freezing Point / Freeze]]'''
 +*'''[[Moisture]]'''
 +*'''[[Rime]]'''
 +*'''[[Sublimation]]'''
 +*'''[[Water Cycle]]'''
 +*'''[[Water Vapor]]'''
 +*'''[[Atmosphere]]'''
 +*'''[[Fog]]'''
 +*'''[[River]]'''
 +*'''[[Lake]]'''
 +*'''[[Rain]]'''
 +*'''[[Fresh water]]'''
 +</div>
 +
 +== References ==
 +* Wikipedia ''Water'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water]
 +* ''Water Wiki'' [http://water.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page]
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 +----
 +Return to '''[[Snow and Weather Glossary]]''', '''[[Working with Snow]]''', '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]'''
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 +[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]][[Category:Working with Snow and the Weather]][[Category:Weather]][[Category:Snow]][[Category:Freestyle Course Preparation]]

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Pure water is water that has a low electrical conductivity, but this increases significantly with the dissolution of a small amount of ionic material such as sodium chloride.

Pure water has a neutral pH of 7, which is neither acidic nor basic.


[edit] Also See

[edit] References

  • Wikipedia Water [1]
  • Water Wiki [2]

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