Answer to Question #34663 in Physical Chemistry for dora
sodium sulfate is a filler in detergent powder, how can you make it more useful rather than just filler? What can you add or making it into something useful and gives more contribution in detergent powder
Sodium sulfate - salt ballast facilitates dissolution and pH regulating solution. Sodium sulfate contributes to the manifestation of maximum activity of surfactants at their minimum level.Sodium sulfate is used to improve flowability of the powder and its solubility in water.The addition of sodium sulfate reduces the ability of non-ionic substances. Thus, isopropyl alcohol in contact with the active zinc oxide proceeds mainly dehydrogenation reaction to form hydrogen and acetone. Having peroxy bleaches achieves high brightness fabric after washing, fabric protection paint, and addition and disinfectant action.