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effervescent

(of a liquid) giving off bubbles of gas; bubbling
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A new effervescent granulation unit also consolidates its position in the GCC as the largest manufacturer of effervescent tablets.
His style comes from a desire to be unique yet sincere, characterized by an effervescent energy tempered by a keen eye for balance and color.
Phosphate supplement effervescent tablets cpv33617000-8 description: Tablets effervescent phosphate, Each containing: - anhydrous acid phosphate 1.
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.
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.
An effervescent tablet to help treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women and also help increase bone mass in men is now available by prescription.
The Exciting Exploits of an Effervescent Elf" is a fantasy fable of friendship and heroism as author Trisha Sugarek crafts a story of Emma, a young girl captive by a cruel spider.
A survey conducted by Euromonitor International in 2010 identified the effervescent product segment as undergoing a strong phase of growth in the European retail sector.
A research study conducted on two Nordic Naturals Arctic Cod Liver Oil products concluded that the effervescent formulation is more rapidly absorbed than gelatin soft gels, and suggested that the effervescent form is equally palatable, making it an acceptable alternative to the popular soft gel form.
based company a leader in the effervescent products space.