Cold Fusion/LENR and Water?

Quote: Your science teacher, your parents, and society in general has likely taught you that water is a good conductor of electricity, which is why “water + electricity” is a highly dangerous combination. What if I told you that water is actually one of the best insulators? In other words, water does not conduct electricity? Would you think I was talking a bit crazy? -end quote

Does Water Really Conduct Electricity?

Water conductivity

Pure water is not a good conductor of electricity. Ordinary distilled water in equilibrium with carbon dioxide of the air has a conductivity of about 10 x 10-6 W-1*m-1 (20 dS/m). Because the electrical current is transported by the ions in solution, the conductivity increases as the concentration of ions increases.
Thus conductivity increases as water dissolved ionic species.

Typical conductivity of waters:
Ultra pure water 5.5 · 10-6 S/m
Drinking water 0.005 – 0.05 S/m
Sea water 5 S/m

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