As sterilized 100% pure water does not contain any mineral and ion, so which type life can survive in sterilized 100% pure water?
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Of course many life forms can survive for some time in 100% water. A human for example can survive about 4 minutes in 100% water but I doubt this is what you are interested in! Although there is no commonly accepted definition of life, I think we can say that we all agree that any life form needs to reproduce or somehow grow. So I take your question as
What life forms can reproduce or at least grow "potentially indefinitely" in 100% water?
Any life forms, to grow or reproduce needs matter to make its own constituents. As such, pure water won't provide with such nutrients and no life form can survive in the long run in 100% water.
Theoretically, 100% steril ized means devoid of any kind of microbe, i. e, bacteria, fungi or virus. But it very difficult to ensure this. And if we could were able to produce such a pure water then also it's not completely safe. Since other than viruses there are other non cellular pathogens like prions (malicious proteins) which can thrive in a microbe free system. But it is not to be counted as living.