carbonated water

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

car·bon·at·ed wa·ter

, carbonic water
water that contains a considerable amount of carbonic acid in solution.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Ireland, "A thorough investigation of mechanisms of enhanced oil recovery by carbonated water injection," in Proceedings of the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Houston, TX, USA, September, 2015.
If you don't want to give up carbonated water, just alternate it with regular water during the day.
Twelve adults were seated in a hyperbaric chamber and asked to rate the bite intensity of several concentrations of carbonated water. The ratings were collected once while under normal atmospheric pressure (with bubbles) and a second time at higher pressure (no bubbles).
It is said that carbonate water started been used when a patient found that it feels more refreshing to wash with carbonated water during high concentrate artificial bicarbonate warm water shower.
I have been requesting Spinneys in Silicon Oasis to stock local carbonated (fizzy) water, as they only sell expensive French and British carbonated water, which I am sure is good for their profits, but not good for my pocket or the environment, with such a waste of resources being used to supply water from thousands of miles way - why oh why!
In a separate bowl, sieve the cornflour and plain flour together and add enough cold carbonated water to make a thick batter.
Known for its water source since Roman times, it was not until the early 20th century that industrial exploitation of spring water began in the region, the same year as the commencement of construction of the circuit in which a turn is named for iron-rich carbonated water sources, Pouhon.
'Taste twist' Beverage concept Kusiae lime 'type' flavoured still water Rangpur lime 'type' ready-to-drink (RTD) tea Meyer lemon 'type' flavoured carbonated water Pomelo 'type' flavoured still water Blood orange 'type' juice drink Clementine 'type' energy drink* All flavours are declared as "Natural citrus flavouring".
Joseph talked about his inspiration for the sculpture, and used a bottle of carbonated water to demonstrate the movement of bubbles, before the children got into small groups to do some artwork of their own.
To make the carbonated water, users fill the bottle -- which is included in the system -- up to the water line, screw it into the front of the machine, then press a button on top of the unit for the specified duration.
The two beverages in question are a ''cider'' drink featuring fruit flavors or sweeteners added to carbonated water and a ''ramune'' fizzy soda pop, which many elderly people fondly remember.