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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Antistatic Effect

    Soft and smooth When the surfactant molecules are aligned on the surface of the fabric, the relative coefficient of static friction of the fabric can be reduced. Non-ionic surfactants such as linear alkyl polyoxyethylene ethers, linear alkyl fatty acid polyoxyethylene et...
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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Solubilization

    Solubilization Solubilization refers to the effect of the surfactant on increasing the solubility of poorly soluble or insoluble materials in water. For example, the solubility of benzene in water is 0.09% (volume fraction). If a surfactant (such as sodium oleate) is add...
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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Foaming Effect

    Foaming effect The state in which the gas is dispersed in the liquid is called a bubble. If a liquid is easily formed into a film and is not easily broken, the liquid will produce a lot of foam when it is stirred. The surface area of the gas enthalpy in the system after ...
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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Suspension Dispersion

    Suspension dispersion The process by which insoluble solids are dispersed into a solution to form a suspension with very small particles is called dispersion. The surfactant which acts to promote solid dispersion and form a stable suspension is referred to as a dispersan...
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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Emulsification

    Emulsification Emulsification refers to two liquids (such as oil and water) that are not in phase with each other. One of the liquids is uniformly dispersed into another liquid with very small particles (particle size of 10-8~10-5m). Emulsion. Dispersing oil droplets int...
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  • Functions of Cationic Surfactant – Wetting Effect

    Wetting effect When the solid is in contact with the liquid, the original solid/gas, liquid/gas interface disappears and a new solid/liquid interface is formed. This process is called wetting. For example, textile fiber is a porous material with a huge surface. When the ...
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  • Cationic Surfactant

    Common cationic surfactants are cetyldimethylammonium chloride (1631), octadecyltrimethylammonium chloride (1831), cationic guar gum (C-14S), cationic panthenol, cation Silicone oil, dodecyl dimethyl amine oxide (OB-2) etc. Cationic surfactants, unlike other surfactants,...
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  • Zwitterionic Surfactants

    An amphoteric surfactant refers to a surfactant having both an anionic and a cationic hydrophilic group, and thus the surfactant is cationic in an acidic solution, anionic in an alkaline solution, and similar in a neutral solution. Nonionic properties. Amphoteric surfact...
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  • Anionic Surfactant Sulfate

    Commonly used such active agents are fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether sulfate and sodium lauryl sulfate. The fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is aliased to AES, sodium alcohol ether sulfate. It is easily soluble in water. When the active content is 70%, the...
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  • Nonionic Surfactants

    The main varieties of nonionic surfactants are alkyl alcohol amide (FFA), fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether (AE), alkyl phenol ethoxylate (APE or OP). Nonionic surfactants have good solubilization, washing, antistatic, irritating, calcium soap dispersion and other prop...
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  • Anionic Surfactant Sulfonates

    Such active sodium linear alkylbenzene sulfonate and sodium α-alkenyl sulfonate are common. Sodium linear alkylbenzene sulfonate, LAS or ABS, is a white or light yellow powder or flake solid, soluble in water, although it is poorly soluble at lower temperatures, and its ...
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  • Application of Betaine Surfactants

    Alkyl betaine amphoteric surfactant is a good leather finisher which makes the leather more resistant to dry cleaning; The addition of a betaine amphoteric surfactant to an alkenyl rubber inhibits the blooming of sulfur containing a vulcanizing agent; Stearoyl betaine is...
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  • Application of Betaine Surfactants – Emulsifier

    Emulsifier Betaine amphoteric surfactants can be used as microemulsifiers and dispersants, which can be used in styrene emulsion polymerization to obtain small particles (50 to 100μm) with a narrow distribution. The alkylbetaine amphoteric surfactant is used as an emulsi...
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  • Application of Betaine Surfactants & Cosmetics

    (1) Detergent As a liquid washing component, hydroxyl betaine has good water solubility in a wide temperature range and good washing effect, which can be applied to a high concentration and high water-soluble liquid washing component. The alkylamide betaine has strong fo...
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  • The Classifications of Quaternay Ammonium Salt Bactericide

    Quaternay ammonium salt bactericide, which has the property of ionic compound, is easy to dissolve in the water while it is hard to behave in the same way in the non-polar solvent, being stable in chemical property. The mechanism of action of this kind of bactericide is ...
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  • Surfactant Takes Effect in Toothpaste

    Toothpaste is comprised of powder abrasivus, wetting agent, surfactant, adhesive, spices, edulcorant and other special ingredient. 1. Abrasivus The commonly used abrasives in tooth paste include: ① Calcium carbonate:calcium carbonate is classified into being heavy and l...
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  • Application Classification of Surfactant in Coatings

    Based on different functions, the surfactant used in coating industry can be classified as following: Emulsifier,surface treatment agent, wetting dispersant of pigment, defoamer, flatting agent, mould proof and bactericide, anstatic agent, sensitizer and slip additive ar...
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  • Surfactant Role In Cosmetics

    Surfactant can be applied to citizen’s daily life and industries. It is said from some information that 2/3 of those for civil use are applied in personal care products; the composite detergent is one of the biggest markets for surfactant, the products there are inclusiv...
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  • The Trend Of Development Of Surfactant

    The development direction of surfactant will be demonstrated in the following: 1. it turns to be natural; 2. it will replace harmful chemicals, 3. it will be washed to put into use at room temperature; it can be used in hard water without any assistant; it is the environ...
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  • Introduction to Basic Knowledge of Surfactants in Oil Fields

    According to the classification method of oilfield chemicals, oilfield surfactants can be divided by the application into surfactants for drilling, surfactants for mining, surfactants for improving yield, surfactants for oil and gas gathering, and surfactants for water t...
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