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Schweppe, (Jean) Jacob (bap. 1740, d. 1821), artificial mineral water manufacturer

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Formation of water-soluble metal cyanide complexes from solid minerals by Pseudomonas plecoglossicida

NORRITT, James (Henry) (1889 - 1963), JP; DL; Director Cantrell & Cochrane Ltd, Mineral Water Manufacturers, since 1942, and of other associated companies

Nature and origin of magnetic minerals within the Middle Jurassic shallow-water carbonate rocks of the Paris Basin, France: implications for magnetostratigraphic dating

Deficit irrigation and rootstock: their effects on water relations, vegetative development, yield, fruit quality and mineral nutrition of Clemenules mandarin

Comparison of Somatic Embryogenesis‐derived Coffee (Coffea arabica L.) Plantlets Regenerated in vitro or ex vitro: Morphological, Mineral and Water Characteristics

210Po and 238U isotope concentrations in commercial bottled mineral water samples in Spain and their dose contribution

The Sparkling Nectar of Spas; or, Mineral Water as a Medically Commodifiable Material in the Province, 1770–1805

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O’SULLIVAN, Eugene (1879 - 1942), MP (IN) East Kerry, 1910; Auditor to Kerry County Council over County Guaranteed Railways; Managing Director Killarney Mineral Water Manufacturing Co. Ltd

 

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Natural, untreated spring waters, some of which are naturally carbonated; may be slightly alkaline or salty. Numerous health claims have been made for the benefits arising from the traces of a large number of minerals found in solution. They are normally named after the town nearest the source. Examples are Apollinaris, Buxton, Evian, Malvern, Perrier, Vichy, Vittel.

Sparkling mineral water may either contain the gases naturally present at the source or may be artificially carbonated (soda water, Seltzer water, or club soda). Carbonated beverages are sometimes called minerals.

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