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Is agua desmineralizada vegan?

Agua desmineralizada is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is agua desmineralizada?

Agua desmineralizada, also known as deionized water, is a type of water that has undergone a process to remove all minerals and impurities. This type of water is commonly used in industrial and scientific applications where pure water is necessary. Agua desmineralizada is often used in the production of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and electronic components due to its purity. It is also used in laboratory experiments, automotive batteries, and cooling systems. Unlike other types of water, agua desmineralizada does not contain any dissolved salts or ions, making it ideal for applications that require high levels of purity.

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