Deionized water or unidentified water is referred to as distilled water, in addition to distillation, by ion exchange resins or other methods (such as reverse osmosis). In fact, ionized water is the same distilled water as before, during, or even after distillation, by adding steps such as passing the ion exchange resin, its ion content is at its lowest.
The hardness is mainly measured on the basis of two calcium and magnesium metals. In general, the hardness factors are cations. Ions such as aluminum, iron, manganese and zinc are present in water hardness, but there are a lot of calcium and magnesium, and there are no other cations or very low cations. Total hardness (TH) is the sum of calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg). Permanent hardness or noncarbonated hardness, including hardness without bicarbonate salts (such as chloride, sulfate, etc.). Temporary hardness or carbonated hardness, including calcium and magnesium bicarbonate, is obtained from the total hardness (TH) and permanent hardness.
What is the use of deionized water in the industry?
Distilled ion water is widely used in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics industries to make medicines and makeup products as carriers, solvents and bulking agents. Its sterilization forms are also used to prepare or dilute some pre-injection injectable drugs.