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Books Books 1 - 6 of 6 on Professor of Chemistry and of Botany, Oxford. THE term " Mineral Water," in its most....  
" Professor of Chemistry and of Botany, Oxford. THE term " Mineral Water," in its most extended sense, com- Definition. prises every modification existing in nature of that universally diffused fluid, whether considered with reference to its sensible properties,... "
New Mexico Mines and Minerals ...: Being an Epitome of the Early Mining ... - Page 291
by Fayette Alexander Jones - 1904 - 355 pages
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1837
...and of Botany, Oxford. THE term " Mineral Water," in its most extended sense, com- Definition prises every modification existing in nature of that universally...considered with reference to its sensible properties, or its action upon life. For as every agent which affects the animal system in a peculiar manner, must...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1837
...and of Botany, Oxford. THE term " Mineral Water," in its most extended sense, com- Definition. prises every modification existing in nature of that universally...considered with reference to its sensible properties, or its action upon life. For as every agent which affects the animal system in a peculiar manner, must...
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Lists and Analyses of the Mineral Springs of the United States, (a ...

Albert Charles Peale - Mineral waters - 1886 - 235 pages
...Water is itself a mineral and is rarely, if ever, found pure in its natural state. As Daubeny says,1 the term "mineral water" in its most extended sense...its sensible properties or to its action upon life. Usually, however, the term is restricted to such waters as contain an unusual amount of mineral matter...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issues 31-36

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1887
...-Water is itself a mineral and is rarely, if ever, found pure in its natural state. As Daubeny says,1 the term "mineral water" in its most extended sense...modification existing in nature of that universally diffused Unid, whether considered with reference to its sensible properties or to its action upon life. Usually,...
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A System of physiologic therapeutics, Volume 9

1902
...sense comprises 1 " Sixth Report, British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1836," p. I. every modification existing in nature of that universally...its sensible properties or to its action upon life." From the therapeutic standpoint, a mineral water is any water that may alter in any way the physiologic...
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Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey to the ..., Part 2

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1894
...organic and inorganic matters, as well as ammonia, carbonic acid gas, and other gases. As Daubeny says,1 "the term mineral water in its most extended sense...its sensible properties or to its action upon life." From the standpoint of the physician a mineral water is any water that has an effect upon the human...
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