Thesaurus / carbonated
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The other four varieties have slightly different makeups, such as dirt that is particularly rich in carbonates or sulfates.
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As the ice melted, it likely seeped into surface fissures and trickled through the pre-Bennu body, dropping carbonates as it went.
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The reaction with carbon dioxide mainly produces magnesium carbonate minerals like magnesite, a stable material that could lock away the greenhouse gas for millennia.
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The next day, he and Bill Myers got a bottle of carbonated water and mixed themselves a couple of drinks of it.
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The alkalies are soluble in water, even when carbonated; a property which distinguishes them from the alkaline earths.
In the neighbourhood of Belturbet, near the small lake of Annagh, is a carbonated chalybeate spring.
The quick-lime may be slaked, and carbonated after reaching its destination, either before or after being applied to the land.
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It melts in boiling water, and dissolves in alcohol and oil of turpentine, as well as in carbonated or caustic alkaline lyes.
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