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is one of many names for water that has been charged with carbon
dioxide. It is also referred to as soda water, carbonated water,
sparkling water and Seltzer water.
Spring water is a carbonated beverage
that is naturally carbonated. Spring water absorbs carbon
dioxide from the ground.
water, also known as sparkling water is plain water into which
carbon dioxide gas has been dissolved, and is the major and
defining component of most "soft drinks". The process of
dissolving carbon dioxide gas is called carbonation.
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may be identical to plain carbonated water or it may contain a
small amount of table salt, sodium citrate, sodium bicarbonate,
potassium bicarbonate, potassium sulfate, or disodium phosphate,
depending on the bottler
The global bottled water industry is a rapidly expanding, high
The boom in the consumption of bottled water arises from the
popular preference of its taste over that of municipal tap
water. As well, there is a common perception that bottled water
contains a higher degree of purity and therefore is safer to
and cans for the non-fizzy drinks comprised 19 billion units—or
90%--of the 21-billion unit increase, with sales growing from 44
billion units in 2002 to 63 billion units in 2005.
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or carbonated water contains macronutrients essential to plant
growth. Those macronutrients are: carbon, oxygen, hydrogen,
phosphorous, potassium, sulfur, and sodium.
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