The most commonly used solvent in laboratories is water; it is regularly used for cleaning and is the basis for cell cultures, buffers and reagents, making the quality of water critical to the success of experiments. Water quality is determined by the technologies used to remove contaminants. Commonly used purification techniques include; distillation, ion exchange, activated carbon, microporous filters, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, elix continuous deionization and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
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