Use back water it won't degrade like everyone thinks.Also acid water burns a lot more.
Right here is a quote from a thread I was asking questions on and this is one of the replies I got
Originally Posted by blergs.
the AA people talk about is supposed to be WATERLESS AA (Glacial acetic acid) not just f-ing vinager mixed with water like some pep places are selling!
and thats the bro-lore going around that even I almost bought into at one time.
bac water is fine to use. AA (vinager off the shelf then filtered) may even be worse for the peptide. but all i know is look at this:
Glacial acetic acid is a trivial name for water-free (anhydrous) acetic acid. Similar to the German name Eisessig (ice-vinegar), the name comes from the ice-like crystals that form slightly below room temperature at 16.6 ?C (61.9 ?F) (the presence of 0.1% water lowers its melting point by 0.2 ?C).
A common abbreviation for acetic acid is HOAc, where Ac stands for the acetyl group CH3−C(=O)−. Acetate (CH3COO?) is abbreviated AcO?. The Ac is not to be confused with the abbreviation for the chemical element actinium. To better reflect its structure, acetic acid is often written as CH3?C(O)OH, CH3?C(=O)OH, CH3COOH, and CH3CO2H. In the context of acid-base reactions, the abbreviation HAc is sometimes used, where Ac instead stands for acetate. Acetate is the ion resulting from loss of H+ from acetic acid. The name acetate can also refer to a salt containing this anion, or an ester of acetic acid.
if its not that then NO other AA will help like most places are trying to push.
use the bac water, I do.