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What are Nitrates?
The nitrate ion is a polyatomic ion with the molecular formula NO3, and a molecular mass of 62.0049 g/mol. Wikipedia
Molar mass: 62.0049 g/mol
Soluble in: Water
Where do we find Nitrates?
Nitrates are mainly produced for use as fertilizers in agriculture because of their high solubility and biodegradability.
Naturally Pure and Nitrate Free
Our water is totally free from nitrate pollution. Nitrates result from agricultural fertilizing, cattle defecation, and leaks from septic tanks. Nitrates are dangerous for the human body, cutting the supply of oxygen to human tissues. Excessive nitrate exposure can result in acute acquired methemoglobinemia, a serious health condition. It is very dangerous for infants , children, and pregnant woman.