|Standard name||Sanicula aqua|
|Other scientific names|
|Substance description||A Mineral Spring Water of Ottawa, Ill., U.S.A. (Containing, approximately, in grains per gallon Nat. m. 93, Calc. m. 23 1/2, Mag. m. 23 1/4, Calc. bicarb. 14 1/4, Calc. sul. 9 1/2, K. sul. 5, Nat. bicarb. 1, Nat. bro. 1/3, Fe. bicarb. 1/10, Nat. iod. 1/12, Sil. 1/2, Alumina 1/100, and traces of Lith. bicarb., Nat. ph., Borax.) Dilutions of the spring water. Triturations of the evaporated salt.|
|Distinctness||VARIANTS (the composition of the water may have changed throughout the years)|
|Classification||Chemical substance – Mixture|
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