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  Soda water information
Soda water is the common name for water which has been charged with carbon dioxide.
It is also often refered to as Seltzer Water, Sparkling Water, and Club Soda.
There are also several flavored soda water brands available.
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  Home Soda Water Maker - Home Seltzer Water Maker - Make Your Own Sparkling Water - Seltzer or Soda at Home in Seconds!
Newer studies are showing that some sodas that are filled with sugar and empty calories may be contributing to obesity in the nation, as well as other health problems as well.
Although many people are switching over to seltzer water drinks and flavored soda waters instead of drinking sodas, there are some who wonder whether or not the beverage choices are actually more healthy, or just a jazzed up version of the same old problem.
While many of the seltzer water and soda water choices are excellent and healthy drinks, there are some things that you may want to watch out for.
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  Urban Legends Reference Pages: Coca-Cola Carbonated by Accident
Pemberton's mixing of his syrup with soda water came about because an inattentive clerk at a drugstore soda fountain made a mistake.
Legend has it that Venable "accidentally" served the new syrup with carbonated water, but actually the plan from the very outset was to squirt it into a glass and spritz it with cold, carbonated water from the fountain.
were what he came up with to mask the unpalatable taste of coca and kola, and he planned from the beginning to use soda water as the new base.
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  2- Lime soda ash water treatment method- water filtration
This water purification process requires a driving force to push the fluid through the membrane, and the most common force is household water pressure or pressure from a booster pump.
In the water to be treated, the slaked lime ions react with the calcium bicarbonate to form the very slightly soluble calcium carbonate.
The use of soda ash for the reduction of non-carbonate hardness increases the sodium in the effluent water in the same proportion as ion exchange softening.
www.freedrinkingwater.com /water-education2/410-lime-soda-water.htm   (731 words)

  
 Soda Water???
Drinking carbonated water is definitely a better deal than soda, and it can definitely count as some of your daily water intake, but using it exclusively in place of regular water could potentially cause problems.
I heard somewhere that soda is bad for you but soda water isn't.
It was suggested that people who have a hard time giving up soda and have a hard time drinking enough water could drink soda water mixed with Crystal Light.
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  Waitrose.com - Soda water - Food Glossary
This is carbonated water with the addition of sodium bicarbonate.
Soda water has very little taste and sparkling mineral water can be used in place of soda water.
Uses: Soda water can be served with ice as a long cool drink but is more commonly used as mixer for fruit cordials such as lime (lime and soda), spirits such as whisky (whisky and soda), or white wine (spritzer).
www.waitrose.com /food_drink/recipes/glossary/foodglossary/Sodawater.asp   (122 words)

  
 Soda & Mineral Water
Soda water, as noted above, was being bottled at least as early as 1806 when the first reference was made to the need for "soda water" bottles by a New England scientist that was asked to make and offer the product by his neighbors (Riley 1958).
The blob soda style, as pictured here, is similar in general form to the smaller champagne style beer bottles, though that style "evolved" later for beer and are usually distinctly larger and taller bottles with somewhat lighter thickness glass, though still fairly heavy.
Soda bottles that were made for use with this closure type are early enough that the ones noted to date by the author of this website have a true applied blob finish.
www.blm.gov /historic_bottles/soda.htm   (13126 words)

  
 Liquid Carbonic Company Soda Water Guide
The soda fountain drink known as "soda water" consists of this carbonated water to which is added pure fruit juices, either with or without ice cream.
Soda water itself, that is, the pure carbonated water,, is a mild stimulant— a positive aid to digestion—a grateful delight to the stomach; and the effer-vescence of the carbonic gas helps to throw off any injurious gases that may have formed in the digestive tract.
The syrups used-today by soda fountain proprietors are made from fresh, ripe fruits, in great "spotless-town" laboratories, under conditions of scrupulous cleanliness, by manufacturers who are as jealous of their good names as a woman is of her virtue or a banker of his credit.
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 Water Spots, Cell 7   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For furniture that is unvarnished, unlacquered and unshelacked, mix 25 ml olive oil,15 ml white vinegar and 1 L warm water in a spray bottle.
Use 125 ml ammonia, 75 ml washing soda and 4 L warm water or 50 ml baking soda, 250 ml ammonia and 125 ml white vinegar and 4 L warm water instead of the usual cleaners.
Use soapy water on leaves (then rinse), diatomaceous soil (made from shells of sea animals, available at nurseries) or ladybugs to repel insects from plants.
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 Water vs. Soda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The soda buyers make a decision that they want it with their meal and don't care about spending the extra dollar to do so or that the cost of the product is pennies.
As for the cost in providing the free water to the restaurant (cups, labor), these are like any other established cost that a restaurant is assumed to provide for it's customers, like providing a clean bathroom, and packets of sugar on the table.
Plus, many water drinkers are such that they might not go out to eat as that extra dollar for the soda would be just enough to spur them to make a tuna sandwich for lunch every day.
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 Soda Pop | World of Invention
Soda pop (also known as soda and pop) is a soft drink made from carbonated water and syrup.
Typically, a soda pop company manufactures the syrup or concentrate and then sells it to a franchised bottler, who adds carbonated water (plus sweetener, if just concentrate is being used) and then bottles and sells the finished drink.
Soda pop got its name from the term "soda water," used for carbonated water, and from the popping sound made by the cork stoppers when pulled out of the bottles.
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 Carbonated water Summary
In the past, soda water was produced in the home by "charging" a refillable seltzer bottle by filling it with water and then adding sodium bicarbonate.
Club soda 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.
In 1772 Priestley published a paper entitled Impregnating Water with Fixed Air in which he describes dripping oil of vitriol (or sulfuric acid as it is now called) onto chalk to produce carbon dioxide gas, and encouraging the gas to dissolve into an agitated bowl of water.
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 Soda Water Nutrition Information - Low Carb
Soda Water is one of those funny liquids.
Soda water in all of its forms is completely low carb.
Tonic water is water flavored with quinine, sugar and fruit extracts.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art25546.asp   (176 words)

  
 Motorized Carbonators for Continuous Seltzer and Soda Water Making
Commercial Motor Carbonators are mechanical devices which uses a motor to force water into a carbonation cylinder and a constant pressure of CO from a regulated CO cylinder to carbonate the water pumped into the carbonation chamber.
The input water temperature of the faucet or draft arm must be between 32 and 34 degrees F. for the proper retention of carbonation when the seltzer or soda is poured.
chilled carbonated water or plain water in the case of non-carb drinks are recirculated continuously to valves, guns, or the back of cold plates and returned to the sealed chiller tank for re carbonating and re chilling.
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 The Good Old Days - Soda Water, p.153
Up to that period it would appear that soda powders were in general use.
March 1812, state that “they have received for sale a small quantity of this pleasant drink and valuable remedy for indigestion, which they beg leave to assure their customers, is as highly charged with fixed air as that manufactured in London is, when recently made.
“It may not be necessary,” they continue, “to inform the public, that sodawater is prepared by super-saturating a solution of soda with carbonic acid gas, and that its place cannot be at all supplied by what is sold as soda powders, which are merely a mixture of salts that effervesce on being dissolved.
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 Soda water
Club soda 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.
Soda waters usually contain a small amount of sodium bicarbonate, and is sometimes lightly flavoured.
www.users.bigpond.net.au /mickandlucyna/mickstavern/soda_water.htm   (65 words)

  
 soda water Definition in the Food Dictionary at Epicurious.com
Water that has been highly charged with carbon dioxide, which gives it effervescence.
Soda water, also called club soda, seltzer water  or just plain carbonated water,  contains a small amount of sodium bicarbonate, which, because it's alkaline, can help neutralize an acidic stomach.
Soda water is combined with sweeteners and various flavorings to produce a wide variety of
www.epicurious.com /cooking/how_to/food_dictionary/entry?id=4641   (162 words)

  
 The Webtender: Soda water   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Club soda 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.
Soda waters usually contain a small amount of sodium bicarbonate, and is sometimes lightly flavored.
www.webtender.com /db/ingred/443   (96 words)

  
 The Soda-Club Home Soda Maker. Make seltzer, sparkling water and all your favorite carbonated beverages for pennies a ...
Call it seltzer, seltzer water, sparkling water, soda water or club soda.
And if you prefer the sophisticated light carbonation of imported sparkling water, you'll love the Penguin, which makes fresh sparkling water in elegant cut glass carafes.
It makes great seltzer water, it is so convenient and inexpensive - it is the most frequently used appliance in the house.
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 Soda water   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Club soda 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.
Soda waters usually contain a small amount of sodium bicarbonate, and is sometimes lightly flavoured.
users.bigpond.net.au /mickandlucyna/mickstavern/soda_water.htm   (65 words)

  
 Soda Water and Flavor bottles
These soda waters and flavors usually did not require a franchise agreement, and the concentrate was either made in-house or obtained at a nominal cost from companies that sold concentrates.
Soda water was popular, especially in the 20s.
Flavors became a popular alternative to soda water, because the earlier taste was not what we today would call "pleasant", and was generally used to ease stomach aches, headaches or other similar ailments.
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 Soda Siphons &
Seltzer Bottles
Some of the many uses for carbonated water include fountain sodas, egg cream, homemade soda, sparkling water, wine spritzers and a variety of mixed drinks.
Soda siphon and seltzer bottle are different names for the same item.
The most expensive seltzer bottles and soda siphons are stainless steel with brass heads and have lifetime warranties.
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 Information on soda water
originally, a beverage consisting of a weak solution of sodium bicarbonate to which an acid (such as phosphoric acid) has been added to generate carbon dioxide and thus cause effervescence; the term now is also used as a synonym for soda pop.
Soda water without flavoring is used as a beverage or as a component of a mixed beverage.
soda water n 1: effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide [syn: carbonated water, club soda, seltzer, sparkling water] 2: a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics" [syn: pop, soda, soda pop, tonic]
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 Experiments with Priestley's Soda Water
Hold the plunger outward so that the contents are under reduced pressure and remove the syringe cap under water (this assures that the internal and external pressures are the same); 3.
As the sparkling water is cooled and freezes, it releases carbon dioxide and causes the water crystals to separate as they are formed — thus forming Priestley’s soda water snow.
When the bottle is opened, carbon dioxide starts to effervesce from the solution which (a) lowers the concentration of solute and diminishes the magnitude of freezing point lowering and (b) provides nucleation sites at the surface of the bubbles for the formation of ice crystals.
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 Antique Blob Top Soda Bottle Hall of Fame
If you have a top Soda that you would like to show off here, then please submit JPG picture and description to rlynch@antiquebottles.com.
He is considered by many to be the first soda water bottler in North America.
Emerald green, pontilled squat soda from Womelsdorf PA, which is in Berks county and is not too far from Lebanon.
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 Joseph Priestley
When the heavy gas, as he called it, was dissolved in water, he found that it had a very pleasant and tangy taste.
For this invention of soda water, he was elected to the French Academy of Sciences in 1772 and received a medal from the Royal Society in 1773.
Priestley discovered that graphite was a conductor of electricity, isolated and described the properties of carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and oxygen, invented soda pop, identified the gases involved in plant respiration (unifying chemistry and biology), and observed photosynthesis for the first time.
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 RE: pH and soda water   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I accidently kept (in my infancy of fishkeeping) some princess (african cichlids) quite successfully and they bred in water that was 6.8 or thereabouts.
One suggestion was to add a bottle of club soda to a holding > container of water to keep the pH from being too high.
> Soda water is H2O with an excess of CO2 dissolved in it.
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 PASCO Chemistry Experiment - Mar. 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Students will determine whether the temperature of soda water affects the rate at which equilibrium is established.
The forward reaction occurs every time you open a soda bottle or pour soda into a glass.
When you cap the bottle, the carbon dioxide gas begins to re-dissolve in the soda water to reform carbonic acid.
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 Soda Siphons and co2 cartridges - How to Make carbonated water with soda siphons
The cool way of making sodas with co2 cartridges and soda siphons is back in style.
This mesh soda siphon withstands the pressure better and is much more durable than its ancestors.
You can serve hand-made drinks at anytime by simply adding water and charging it with a co2 cartridge in your soda siphon.
www.easywhip.com /soda-siphons.html   (248 words)

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