Deionized water is water that is free from all charged atoms or molecules. It is water that has had all or almost all of its mineral ions removed, including sodium, calcium, copper, sulfate, iron and copper. More »

Deionization is simply the removal of ions. Therefore, a deionized water system is a system with water that has no ions. Since ions are regarded as impurities, deionization is considered a way of water purification. More » Science Chemistry Chem Lab

Deionized water is water that has been passed through resins that remove electrically charged material from the water. If it has not come into contact with carbon dioxide, the pH of deionized water is 7. Its pH is approx... More »

In chemistry, ionic bonds and covalent bonds are both methods atoms use to combine into larger molecules by swapping or sharing outer electrons. An atom's energy level is determined by the number and configuration of ele... More »

A monoatomic gas is a gaseous substance composed of molecules that each contain only one atom each rather than molecules formed by the bonding of two or more atoms. Examples of monoatomic gases are helium, argon and neon... More »

Crystalline solids consist of atoms, ions and molecules arranged in definite and repeating three-dimensional patterns. Unlike amorphous solids that melt at a range of temperatures, crystalline solids have definite meltin... More »

The UCLA Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry explains the structure of tert-butyl alcohol, which is also known as tert butanol: It consists of a central carbon atom surrounded by three molecules made of one carbon ... More »