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effervescent

(of a liquid) giving off bubbles of gas; bubbling
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Disinfectant in the form of effervescent tablets based on sodium dichloroisocyanurate (nadcc).
A new effervescent granulation unit also consolidates its position in the GCC as the largest manufacturer of effervescent tablets.
Following the acquisition of the French specialist for tube packaging in May 2017, Sanner has advanced in the global market leader for effervescent packaging.
Oracle Packaging has developed a high-barrier pouchstock laminated tailored to the specific challenges of OTC effervescent products.
Farley del Rosario's latest solo exhibition, 'Welcome to the Playpen,' consists of paintings and sculptures of his trademark cartoonish figures in effervescent colors, constituting what critics would call 'materialized fantasy.'
Until something better comes along, I propose to use the term effervescent (meaning if it wasn't) and call them 'Effervescents.'"
GHOSTBUSTERS 12 DESPITE fans' outrage at the thought of a remake of the 1984 classic - with girls - this is an effervescent, special-effects-laden fun fest.
Romaco, following the acquisition of Medipac AB in November 2015, is now able offer tube filling systems for effervescent tablets.
Bubbling with personality, it's an effervescent statement of intent from the Gallic brand - and well equipped too, with most variants now including features like DAB radio.
JetRyte bicarbonate effervescent tablets fit into standard water bottles and dissolve in two minutes.
It found a link between effervescent tablets and heart attacks and stroke.
You're bound to fall in love with this effervescent dog.