If i bought a 24 pack of bottled water for 3.50 how much would each bottle cost?
Each bottle cost 14.6 cents
No. Bottled water is quite common, though it may not be as pure as the label on the bottle would lead you to believe.
Bottle water was invented a long time ago by doctors. They would bottle spring water and cell it as a medicine like substance.
It would probably still be potable, but bottled water does have an expiration date stamped on it.
you can if you want to, but unfortunately it is very bad for your body. If you use a plastic bottle too much the chemicals and plastic that is a part of your bottle start to come off and into your water, which you drink. A better alternative than re using your plastic bottle, would be to go to Earth Fare or a place like that, and by a bottle that says BPA free.
Fresh bottled water should not make a person sick. Bottled water that is exposed to excessive heat temperatures may be harmful because of the toxins from the plastic bottle released into the water. A person would not feel the symptoms immediately making them sick although long term there could be effects.
Bottles come in different sizes, so you would need to specify the bottle size.
yes but it would actually take a very long time to become undrinkable. If the bottle is unopened and the water pure it can stay drinkable for many years. The makers of bottled water have to add an expiry date by law, but in reality it's not really needed.
Yes you may if you drink water that's not safe. If you drink water that you bought from a store, a bottled water, then you will not get sick. If you drink water straight from the faucet that might get you sick.
bottle and tap water aren't natural and lady bugs don't drink un natural water ...it is not what they were born up with but if ou have rainwater from at tank thant would be better........but out bottled and tap i would get tap and boil it so it is prer ....let it cool then use it for the ladybug
Bottled water that is purified would be best.
Since most bottled water is tap water, the evaporation rate would be the same.
A label on a bottle bought in a shop would show the volume. If there is no label, fill the bottle with water to the top, then empty the water into a measuring jar or cylinder. The volume is then read off the scale marked on the measuring jar or cylinder.
No. Assuming the bottled water in question is electrolyte free, bottled water would be classified as a hypotonic solution.
It has been compressed for a long time in a bottle so it uses water and air. orange juice has pulp which takes longer to release juice from to melt
Assuming that bottled water is purer than tap water, has less ions etc, and that both volumes are the same, then sugar cubes would dissolve faster in bottled water. Thermodynamically there is less entropy in tap water than there is in purer water, so hydrogen bonding with sugar (which is polar) would be more favoured in bottled water.
The answer is no but when you have used it again for the second time or for the third time, the harmful chemical of the bottle will mix with the newly added water that can make the water unclean. Conclusion: we can only use a disposable bottle once. Hope I helped^-^ The answer above is not entirely correct. The presence or absence of harmful chemicals in bottled water depends on the source of the water… Read More
In either. Large bottles of soft drinks and bottled water are often sold in 1 or 2 litres measures, but the smaller [retail] drinks are sold in bottles of 300 or 500 millilitres.
In 2007, 200 billion litres of bottled water were sold worldwide. At 0.264 gallons per litre, that would be 52.8 billion gallons. That's as close as I can come at giving you an answer, because I don't have any more recent statistics, and I don't know how many of those bottle have already been drunk, and how many are still full.
Filtering water removes the impurities from the water. However, bottled water has usually been filtered, if it hadn't then it would probably be a nasty brown colour.
I would say spring water
Assuming that it is a half litre bottle of water, the water would have a mass of 500g so the bottle would have a mass of 95g. However it might be a pint bottle of water, in which case the water would have a mass of 568g, leaving the bottle with a mass of 27g.
It should be bottled by a reputable company. If it says it is pasteurized, that is a good sign.
the first year coca cola got bottled was 1894. biedenharn candy co. saw that costumers loved coca cola, so he used his bottling company to bottle it. he sent a case of them to asa candler, he thanked him but still didn't wan't to bottled them his own, then came chattonoga bottlers that would bottle them for him, so then coca cola bottling company was born.
Apart from the envioronment problems that bottled water causes it is also very expensiveTap water costs 75 cents for 1000 liters while bottled water is sold at 2400 per 1000liters Assuming 1.50?
Question Continue >Calculate how much water a liter of tap water costs. >Calculate how much a liter of bottled water costs. >If you drink 2 liters of tap water instead of 2litres of bottled water how much money would you save?
Champagne is bottled so that there are around four flutes full. Unless you are a hermit, I would not suppose you would drink alone but with a bevvy of celebrants, thus there is no need to recork a bottle of champagne.
That depends on the amount of water and what type of bottle it was in. Although it would be the weight of the bottle + the weight of water.
The water inside the bottle would freeze.
Rainbows form in the sky, therefore the water would not have to be in "the bottle."
It would only soak up the water through its roots.
It needs room to expand if it is shaken.
Pure water is considered neutral, as it is found at "7" on the pH scale. Ideally bottled water would be neither an acid, nor a base. However, most bottled water is actually slightly acidic (pH 6.0-6.5). The reason bottlers do this is that their research shows that people like the tasty of slightly acidic water better than the taste of truly neutral water.
In the first place the water in the bottle would keep the temperature of the plastic down preventing it from burning and leaking, The same as you would do by boiling water over a flame in a paper cup, However the water in the bottle would heat up and eventually the pressure inside the bottle would burst it like a balloon.
A package of 24-bottles of FIJI Natural Artesian Water in 16.9 ounce bottles costs between $20.70 to 21.79 (found on Amazon). Grocery stores also often sell by a pack: 6, 8, 12, or 24 bottles. So in a 24-pack, each bottle costs around 0.89 ($21.50 avg divided by 24). Note: Stores do not offer discounts on packages of water; it would be $0.89 per bottle if you bought 1 bottle; if you bought 24 single… Read More
Because that is when the particles in the water have started to decompose thus making the water start to taste bad but with filtering the bad particles would be filtered out so the water would not have a true expiry date so bottled water has an expiry date on it because it is the estimated date when some of the water particles have started to decompose and the water is on its way to tasting… Read More
i dont see why not but if they drink it and start coughing then i would change back to tap water.
The 16.9 is probably ounces, if it were cups it would be a very big water bottle.
Now, this is just an educated guess on my part, but I do not think there have been any peer-reviewed, published tests to compare "Normal water" (tap water??) to Glaceau bottled vitamin water. It would be very expensive to water several plants with Glaceau for the weeks it would take to complete the experiment.
'une bouteille d'eau' literally means bottle of water. This is what you would use in shops or restaurants etc. A hot water water bottle is une bouillotte
Since air is less dense than water, the air pushes the bottle upward. The water filled bottle would sink because the density is greater than water.
The water would immediately begin to boil off (because there is no air pressure on the moon). This would cause the water in the bottle to cool and it would freeze the remaining water solid. This ice would continue to sublimate.
An unopened water bottle contains a small pocket of air, allowing it to float. If the water bottle were to have this air removed, its buoyancy would be determined by the purity of the water inside and outside of the plastic.
Water conditioner is for removing chlorine from tap water to make it safe for fish to live in because chlorine will kill fish. Bottled spring water does not have chlorine so why on earth would you consider using a chlorine remover? If it ain't there, you can't fix it hey?
No because of all the STUPID chemicals. Plastic bottles constantly deteriorate, the chemicals given off gradually mixing with the water in the bottles. Plastic water bottles that have been stored in a refrigerator or freezer apparently give off even more chemicals than plastic bottles that have been continually at room temperature. People that feel a need to constantly carry a container of water with them would drink safer water if it was stored in a… Read More
It depends on the source of the water, if you collected 1400 ml of rainwater it would be free. If you purchased it as bottled water it would cost you as much as the vendor could get away with.
Was it true that during the First Gulf war soldiers were low on water supply that each soldier were given a bottle a day?
I was there, and in my particular instance there was no shortage, we were supplied plenty of bottled water, however, when traveling, or on assignment your carryout load would include one container of water, more was sent along to your forward location in trucks. Everyone knew we were in the desert and water was a necessity, and from my personal experience there was no lack of supplies.
This answer presumes that "empty" means the bottle has no water in it, but does have air in it. In this case the bottle would collapse (or partly collapse) if the temperature inside the bottle dropped to a lower temperature causing the air inside to shrink, or if the bottle was taken to a place of higher air pressure (such as taking the bottle from a mountain peak to the base of the mountain. The… Read More
I recently noticed that my Mount Frankling brand of bottled water, from a spring water source, has an expiry date or best before approximately a year from now. It doesn't explicitly state the date printed is an expiry or best before, however one can assume it is for there would be no other imminent reason to print a date so visibly for the consumer to see. There could not be any reason why bottled spring… Read More
In general this would be Salt Water as it affects most plants in a most devastating way. Regards.
It would last as long as you can keep the water in the bottle clean and free of germs. Water is non perishable
Bottled LPG is heavier than air That why it is recommended to place the gas bottle outside of the cabin. Any gas leaks from the bottle being inside, would collect in the bottom of the boat causing a very explosive mixture