Purity

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Purity is the absence of impurity or contaminants in a substance.

Purity is the ratio of a named pure substance in a sample (by weight, mass, volume, or count), a number between 0 and 1 typically expressed as percent, permille, fraction, or other unit such as:

Purity is the absence of vice in human character, especially sexual nature.

Purity may also refer to:

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