At such a small volume it would make the most sense to buy gallon
bottles of distilled (better than deionized usually) water at the
supermarket. Lots cheaper than buying a deionizing column to attach to
the water faucet.
What is the experiment? You may need to think about
the appropriateness of doing them at home.
Many are intended to be done in a lab only.
They may require a proper hood !! For most freshman labs,
distilled water is good enough.
Henry Boyter, Jr.
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Where the "distilled water" in the grocery stores is just deionized
water, only called distilled water for historical reasons and because
Jenny Johnson wouldn't buy something devilish called "deionized water"
to fill her iron.