synthetic detergent


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synthetic detergent

[sin′thed·ik di′tər·jənt]
(materials)
A liquid or solid material able to dissolve oily materials and disperse them (or emulsify them) in water. Also known as syndet.
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As per the recent reports, low quality and less efficient scaffold are produced by conventional decellularization technique using synthetic detergents for prolonged time.
The products do not contain synthetic detergents or artificial surfactants of any kind.
1931 P&G begins working on synthetic detergents 1946 Tide hits store shelves $2.8b What Americans spend yearly on Tide
Many store bought soaps extract this glycerin for use in other high-end products, replacing it with harsh synthetic detergents that strip skin of its natural oils.
The new plant will have a production capacity of 100,000 tons per annum of LAB which is a basic ingredient in the formulation of synthetic detergents. The first phase of the project covers the preparation and issue of an invitation to bid (ITB) for the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm), EPCm bid evaluations, preparation of the EPCm contract and support to Gulf Farabi during the engineering and procurement phase of the project, said a statement.
And there are no synthetic detergents, artificial preservatives, colours or fragrances.
PBS is used mainly as an active substance in synthetic detergents and washing powders.

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