Origin of carbonic
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Miraculously Professor Carbonic opened his eyes, and rose to his feet.Advanced Chemistry
Jack G. Huekels
Suffocating gases, the most common of which are carbonic and nitrogen.Manual of Military Training
James A. Moss
When exposed to the air it attracts humidity and carbonic acid.
The quantity of lime must be proportional to the carbonic acid in the soda.
The carbonic acid gas is produced from the combustion of coke.
- (of a compound) containing carbon, esp tetravalent carbon
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