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Factorial experiments are described for detergency tests using a natural soil. The tests are carried out over several soil-wash cycles using soil rubbed onto test swatches from the surface of the skin. The significance of the results is increased by removing the variability of soiling among...
A mechanism for the initiation of autoxidation in fatty acids is proposed which involves singlet state oxygen, formed through a photosensitization reaction, as the reactive intermediate. Both singlet oxygen generated in a radio-frequency gasdischarge, and photosensitization by natural pigments,...
Free radicals derived from perozidizing lipids in close association with proteins and other biomolecules have been implicated as being the principal reactants leading to polymerization of proteins and destruction of amino acids. The present study, which deals with lipid-protein systems low in...
Plant corrosion tests of various metals and alloys in tall oil distillation streams present the effect of alloy composition on corrosion rate. Stream temperature, alloy composition and stream composition are correlated so as to provide a useful guide to material selection for tall oil...
The builder effects of a series of condensed phosphates and other types of electrolytes on the detergency for standard soiled cloth have been measured. The detergency highly depends on the type of electrolytes and, in general, increases with increasing pH of detergent solutions. The building...
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