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Purified water is water that has been filtered or processed to remove impurities like chemicals and other contaminants. It is usually produced using groundwater or tap water. Through purification, many types of impurities are removed. Purified water is often confused with filtered water. While both types of water are subject to some sort of filtration (as is almost every spring water), purified water is cleansed and purified through additional purification processes, typically reverse osmosis, distillation, or deionization. The resultant product, “purified” water, is of significantly higher purity than either spring water, tap water, or filtered water. Purified water has many uses, largely in the production of medications, in science and engineering laboratories and industries, and is produced in a range of purities.