What is pure liquid?
What is impure liquid?
You are going to have to define these in context. "Pure" is a relative term. For instance, the term "pure" water...is it really pure? It depends on the definition of pure being used.
Pure liquid could mean anything.
I need the definitions and a sentence for each of these words can somebody please help me!!!!!!!
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