A salesman recently conducted electrolysis experiment on 4 samples of water-- river water,tap water, his own water and water from Aquaguard RO filter. The colour change after electrolysis on different samples of water is given in the pic given below? Is tap water ,river water and Aquaguard RO water can be consumed for drinking purposes?
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This is pure scam! All he is doing is using an electrode which is corroding during electrolysis. The flocculated material you see in tap water is just a metallic hydroxide. If tap water had this much of metals, nobody will survive. Such a fraudulent salesman should be shooed away!