What are the natural Sources of pure water?
ground water and glaciers
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Yes, a geyser is natural. A geyser requires three critical elements in order to form: a water supply, a heat source, and the proper kind of underground water circulation syste…m.
lakes,rivers,ponds,hot springs etc are the natural souces of water
because lots of things can pollute the the and things around it
There are many natural contaminants out there. Here in Ohio we have issues with naturally occurring arsenic in ground water. The water may be fine, or it may not.
There is only one source of water - precipitation (that's right, rain and snow). You might call melting snow and glaciers a delayed source, since the water is not available un…til it melts. Underground water is just rain that filtered down. Sea water is rain that washed out a lot of salts over the ages. In another sense - water is available from lakes, rivers, sinkholes, pulled up by the bucket from dug wells, pumped up through pipes from natural underground storage, or desalinated from sea water. Or slurped out of juicy watermelons and coconuts. OK, there's also volcanoes. They can pump out a lot of steam!
natural water can be found around you..in rivers, streams even underground water while pure water can rarely be found..if the water is pure it can dissolve lots of things
Pure water has a natural Ph due to the rate of dissociation to H+and OH- is equal to rate of association to form H2O. Pure water hasno free ions.
rain water is in the distilled form so we can say that it is pure
Water found in nature is never pure. Because of it's polarity, water naturally attracts most minerals. In order to get pure water, it must be filtered many times to remove all… the impurities.
Water that is in the form of clouds is relatively pure, although it does contain some dissolved pollutants from the air. Probably the purest you could find is old glacial ice …in Antarctica, deposited at a time when global air pollution levels were much lower.
There are lots of particulate debris in the air that eventually settle, and minerals within its surrounding environment.
Melted snow or ice is a natural source of soft water.
Because it mixes with different things in the environment. Distilled water is pure.
Boiled municipal tap water
yes, like places where there aren;t contamination