Meaning of recarbonate in English:

recarbonate

Pronunciation /riːˈkɑːbəneɪt/

verb

Chemistry
  • To restore the amount of carbon dioxide or carbonate in (a substance) to previous levels; to reintroduce carbon dioxide into (a liquid); to convert back into a carbonate; (occasionally) to recarbonize. Also without object: to take up carbon dioxide or carbonate again.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Technical Repository. From re- + carbonate.