Water is essential to life-sciences research, but for many scientists, the most thought given to this ubiquitious reagent is "how much of it do I need?" Because water is capable of acting as a solvent to many substances and capable of sustaining life, it can be easily contaminated. Even within a single laboratory, the water used in one experiment can differ from that used in another.
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