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Why does distilled w
Distilled water is neither acidic nor basic in nature. It does not contain any ions. Electric conductivity requires presence of free ions and so distilled water cannot conduct electricity. On the other hand, rain water contains many acidic ions (Hydrogen and carbonate) and hence conducts electricity.
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