Yes. Rusting of iron nail occur in distilled water.
Rusting is a redox reaction, which is formed by the reaction of iron (fe) an oxygen (O).
In rusting of iron, iron undergoes oxidation while oxygen undergoes reduction.
Compared to normal tap water, distilled water can readily absorb oxygen from the atmosphere.
Hence, rusting of iron can take place in distilled water.
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