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Aerated water

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Aerated water is, correctly speaking, water to which air is added.

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Google previewThe Modern Practice of Physic, Exhibiting the Character, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics, Morbid Appearances, and Improved Method of Treating the Diseases of All Climates (1821)

by Robert Thomas

The alkaline aerated water is a preparation of the mild kind, which has been much extolled for its virtues in calculous and nephritic complaints, and is indeed pretty generally substituted instead of the liquor potassae, and other active ...

Google previewThe modern practice of physic (1828)

by Robert Thomas

The alkaline aerated water is a preparation of the mild kind, which has been much extolled for its virtues in calculous and nephritic complaints, and is, indeed, pretty generally substituted instead of the liquor potassse, and other active ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Hydrogeology (2011)

by D. J. Poehls, Gregory J. Smith

continued increase of air volume will cause aerated water to continue to flow out the top of the well. ( Driscoll, 1986. Reprinted by permission of Johnson Screens/a Weatherford Company.) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1987)

Volume 27 - Hydrogen Cyanide to Ketones Dimethyl (Acetone) by John J. McKetta Jr

Mercaptobenzothiazole Fe, Cu Aerated water Benzothiazole Cu Aerated water, acids Aliphatic, aromatic amines Fe, steel Acids Inhibitor Metal System Ca(HCO.,)2 Steel Fresh water Ca(OH)2.

Google previewKnight's American Mechanical Dictionary (1884)

A Description of Tools, Instruments, Machines, Processes, and Engineering; History of Inventions; General Technological Vocabulary; and Digest of Mechanical Appliances in Science and the Arts by Edward Henry Knight

Between the years 1807 and 1852 thirty-one English patents were granted for apparatus and methods for preparing aerated water, and fifteen patents for vessels to hold such waters, and for methods for bottling. The most common beverage is ...

Google previewWharton's Pocket Law Dictionary

Aerated water, "Aerated water" may contain sugar or may not contain sugar and if it does not contain sugar, it would not in any way detract from the standard of quality prescribed for "aerated water" m its item, Bhim Sen v. State of Punjab, AIR ...

Google previewThe London Medical Dictionary, Including Under Distinct Heads Every Branch of Medecine (1809)

by Bartholomew Parr

grains ot at rated lime; and about 1500 parts of fully aerated water, di-solve alxiut one of aerated lime. Mr. Cavendish howevct found that ibis proportion was too low, and that a epiarter of a grain at least might be added ...

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Aerated Water Factory at the 3rd A.G.H.

The men belong to the "factory" staff.

Photos by A.W. Savage. From The Sydney Mail, 5 April 1916.

Photo credit: ThruTheseLines

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