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Types of Waters

Aquafina
Aquafina

Aquafina, a division of PepsiCo, Inc., produces purified bottled water in three products: Aquafina (purified water), Aquafina Flavor Splash (flavored water beverage), and Aquafina Sparkling (carbonated flavored water beverage).

source: leaf.tv
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Atmosphere: 0001 Percent
Atmosphere: 0001 Percent

Because the creation of water vapor depends on the local environment, the percentage within the atmosphere hinges on geology and temperature. Above the ocean in warm environments, the percentage of water vapor within the Earth's atmosphere can be as high as 4 percent.

source: sciencing.com
Dasani
Dasani

Dasani is a popular brand which sells plain bottled water as well as sparkling water and flavored water. Most people, even if they are extremely health-conscious, don't think twice before unscrewing a bottle of water and drinking their fill; almost no one carefully analyzes the ingredients list on a bottle of water before consuming it.

Distilled Water
Distilled Water

Drinking water has been distilled from sea water since at least about AD 200, when the process was clearly described by Alexander of Aphrodisias. Its history predates this, as a passage in Aristotle's Meteorologica (II.3, 358b16) refers to the distillation of water.

Evian
Evian

Evian water is distributed in seven countries: the United States, France, Belgium, Germany, Canada, Singapore and Japan. The brand also has an organic cosmetic line, but it is not available in all of the countries in which Evian water is distributed.

source: leaf.tv
Fiji Natural Artesian Water
Fiji Natural Artesian Water

COLLECTING IN A NATURAL ARTESIAN AQUIFER. protected and preserved from external elements until you unscrew the cap

source: fijiwater.com
Fresh Water Lakes: 0009 Percent
Fresh Water Lakes: 0009 Percent

Freshwater lakes contain about 87% of this fresh surface water, including 29% in the African Great Lakes, 22% in Lake Baikal in Russia, 21% in the North American Great Lakes, and 14% in other lakes. Swamps have most of the balance with only a small amount in rivers, most notably the Amazon River.

Glaciers and Other ice: 215 Percent
Glaciers and Other ice: 215 Percent

Ice Caps and Glaciers AbouT 215 percenT of The worlds ToTal surface waTer buT from GPH 381 at ASU

Groundwater,: 061 Percent
Groundwater,: 061 Percent

Groundwater supplies drinking water for 51% of the total U.S. population and 99% of the rural population. Groundwater helps grow our food. 64% of groundwater is used for irrigation to grow crops. Groundwater is an important component in many industrial processes.

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Inland Seas: 0008 Percent
Inland Seas: 0008 Percent

Although inland saline water constitutes some 45 percent of total inland water, it is largely concentrated in only a few deep lakes, principally the Caspian Sea.

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Liquid Water is wet and Fluid
Liquid Water is wet and Fluid

Water is wet, in the sense of being a liquid which flows easily, because its viscosity is low, which is because its molecules are rather loosely joined together. The sensation of wetness is largely due to the cooling caused by evaporation, and water has a rather high latent heat of vaporisation, which is the amount of heat it removes from its surroundings in order to convert liquid water into water vapour.

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Mineral Water
Mineral Water

Mineral water, in its basic and natural form, is a much better source for the nutrients and additional health benefits you receive from drinking water. And what is mineral water compared to its artificial counterpart—both, in fact, are mineral water so there shouldn’t be much difference.

Mountain Valley Spring Water
Mountain Valley Spring Water

Spring & Sparkling in Green Glass. Sodium free, naturally alkaline and refreshingly pure.

Nestle Pure Life
Nestle Pure Life

Nestlé® and Pure Life® are registered trademarks of Société des Produits Nestlé S.A., Switzerland. © 2017 Nestlé Waters North America Inc.

Ocean Water: 972 Percent
Ocean Water: 972 Percent

While there is only one global ocean, the vast body of water that covers 71 percent of the Earth is geographically divided into distinct named regions. The boundaries between these regions have evolved over time for a variety of historical, cultural, geographical, and scientific reasons.

source: noaa.gov
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Rivers: 00001 Percent
Rivers: 00001 Percent

Eighty percent of the fresh water we use in the U.S. is for irrigating crops and generating thermoelectric-power. More than 87% of the water consumed in Utah is used for agriculture and irrigation. Per capita water use in the western U.S. is much higher than in any other region, because of agricultural needs in this arid region.

source: rivers.gov
Smartwater
Smartwater

SmartWater is a brand of bottled water produced by the Glaceau company -- the same company that makes those colorful VitaminWaters. I was surprised to learn Glaceau is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola. But what makes SmartWater so special? Is it really any different from regular water? Here's what we know: SmartWater is 'vapor distilled' water.

Soil Moisture: 0005 Percent
Soil Moisture: 0005 Percent

What the difference between moisture content and ... Water content of soil is customarily expressed as a percent of the oven-dry ... to express soil moisture/water on ...

Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water
Solid Water—ice is Frozen Water

The water molecule. Ice is the solid state of water, a normally liquid substance that freezes to the solid state at temperatures of 0 °C (32 °F) or lower and expands to the gaseous state at temperatures of 100 °C (212 °F) or higher.

Sparkling Water
Sparkling Water

Tonic water is a form of carbonated water that contains a bitter compound called quinine, along with sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. Bottom Line: Carbonated water is created by combining water with carbon dioxide under pressure.

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Spring Water
Spring Water

Spring water comes from an underground source from which water naturally rises to the surface. Although the water must rise to the surface on its own in order to be classified as natural spring water, we collect spring water at the source.

source: absopure.com
Tap Water
Tap Water

Tap water (running water, city water, town water, municipal water, etc.) is water supplied to a tap (valve). Its uses include drinking, washing, cooking, and the flushing of toilets.

Voss
Voss

FIND VOSS. Store Locator; Distributor Information; Buy Online; Hotels, Restaurants & Club; OUR WATER

source: vosswater.com
Well Water
Well Water

Treatment of Well Water. There are many different treatment options for the treatment of well waters. No single treatment type will protect against all problems.

source: cdc.gov