- Fri Jan 10, 2014 1:42 am
When you boil water, the water escapes as steam leaving minerals and salts behind. So just boiling water does nothing. If while boiling some water you position a steam collector (a broad dish or bowl) above the pot, the water will collect, condense, and drip off of the collector. THIS water is pure. (No dissolved solids) I do not recommend this method of water collection, however, because changing a substance's state (water to steam) takes VAST amounts of energy, making this method extremely inefficient. Passive snow or rain water collection (rain catchers) are more efficient, are less expensive, and you can easily make your own.
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