The term ‘surfactant’ is shorthand for ‘surface active agent’. Surfactants reduce natural forces that occur between two phases such as air and water (surface tension) or oil and water (interfacial tension) and, in the latter case, enable them to combine.
Sodium soaps:; 1. (C8); 2. (C10); 3. (C12); 4. (C14); 5. (C16); 6. (C18 =); 7. (C18); a-sulpho fatty acid methyl esters:; 1. (C10); 2. (C12); 3. (C14); 4. (C16); 5. (C18)
|Substances||Sodium soap (C8 - C18), Sulpho fatty acid-α-methyl esters (C10 - C18)|
|CAS number||not available|
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