Answer to Question #22729 in Organic Chemistry for dora

Question #22729
which one or which combination of chemicals make the detergent bar or dishwashing bar paste like?
benzalkonium chloride
sodium sulfate
soda ash
Expert's answer
Supported by our wide distribution network base, we also offer cellulose ethers in two basic types: CMC these ethers find application in coating, personal care, constructions, pharmaceuticals etc. CDEA CDEA also named as "coconut fatty acid diethanolamide", manufactured by the reaction of refined coconut oil with high quality diethanolamine in a molecular ratio of 1: 1.
Sodium laureth sulfate , or& sodium lauryl ether sulfate ( SLES ), is a& detergent and& surfactant found in many personal care products ( soaps ,& shampoos, toothpaste etc.). SLES is an inexpensive and very effective& foaming agent . SLES,& SLS ,& ALS and& sodium pareth sulfate are& surfactants that are used in many cosmetic products for their cleansing and emulsifying properties. They behave similarly to& soap .
benzalkonium chloride
Benzalkonium chloride and alcohol hand sanitizers are often compared because both solutions reduce bacteria on the skin. The topical medicines, however, differ in their purpose, usage and benefits.
sodium sulfate
Sodium sulphate is used in manufacturing paper, glass, pharmaceuticals and other products. We present the wide gamut of quality sodium sulphate anhydrous. Our sodium sulphate anhydrous and other chemicals are demanded in labs because of their longevity and many other features that are none in others. In addition, we also wholesale sodium sulphate at the least rates in the market. Experts and scientist have tested our sodium sulphate anhydrous and other chemicals and found safe and better than others. We are well known in the market as the foremost sodium dodecyl sulphate suppliers in India.

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