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Factors affecting the performance of proteolytic and amylolytic enzymes in an anionic and nonionic detergent formulation have been studied using stain removal from EMPA blood-milk-ink and cocoa-milk-sugar soil test cloths as a measure of enzyme activity in the detergent solution. Factors...
A method is described for the qualitative and quantitative determination of brominated vegetable oils in soft drinks. The procedure involves treatment of the brominated oils with sodium methoxide followed by GLC analysis of the resulting methyl esters using methyl pentadecanoate as internal...
The behavior of linear alkylbenzene sulfonate in hard water has been studied by solubilization, transmittance and pH. Maximum solubilization is reported at specific water hardnesses on the basis of the change in the micellar properties of the detergent. The water hardness at maximum...
Use of the α-sulfo acid, the acid chloride and the methyl ester was explored in the preparation of mannitol, sorbitol and sucrose esters of α-sulfopalmitic and α-sulfostearic acids. The products were difficult to purify because of solubilization of reactants. The α-sulfo esters are more...
A quantitative method for evaluating performance of hard surface cleaners has been developed based on a series of modifications of previously proposed tests. The principle involves the mechanical cleaning of artificially soiled linoleum with a Gardner Straight Line Washability Machine. A...
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