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The chemical character of groundwater is influenced by the minerals and gases reacting with the water in its relatively slow passage through the rocks and sediments of the Earth’s crust.  Many variables cause extensive variation in the quality of groundwater, even in local areas.  Generally, groundwater increases in mineral content as it moves along through the pores and fracture openings in rocks.  This is why deeper, older waters can be highly mineralized.  At some point, the water reaches an equilibrium or balance, which prevents it from dissolving additional substances.