What is the use of coconut diethanol amide in liquid detergent preparation?
it is used as foam booster and viscous builder in soap making
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The cocunut water is cool in its nature. It is used for the following purposes:. 1. As a summer drink as a substitute for sugary drinks like coke and pepsi.. 2. The person w…ho is having a stone in kidney or ureter is advised to drink cocunut water as it helps in flushing out the stone.. 3. In world War II, it was used as a substitute to glucose bottle in hospitals and in fields, when it was not avialable readily
The best way is to hold the coconut in one hand and look for the natural seam that runs between the two eyes at the top. Using a large knife or cleaver use the back of the kni…fe to tap firmly round the seam. You may have to do this a few times but in the end the coconut will split into two halves. You can then ease the coconut flesh out of the shell using a sharp knife and chop or grate ready for use.
It was used as a substitute for intravenous plasma during WWII. http://www.berkeleywellness.com/html...perts1207.html i want to no what the blood plasma is
you don't. you just pour it in your load of laundry.
If using powder detergent for laundry, use the warmest water recommended for the items being washed. Fill the tub with the detergent and other additives and let them agitate s…o that it all is dissolved, ONLY THEN add the clothes/etc. that you're washing. It's safest to stop the agitation when adding laundry, but you can load it CAREFULLY while the agitator is operating. This will help keep the detergent from accidentally bleaching spots in your laundry. An easier way to do laundry (the way I have since accidentally bleaching clothes with dry detergent) is to follow the above directions with LIQUID detergent.
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Â· Amides are used widely in industry. Amides are found in the plastic and rubber industry, paper industry, water and sewage treatment and colour, in crayons, pencils and i…nks.. Â· Acryl amide and polyacrylamide are the products most widely used in these industries.. Â· However, acrlamide is a carcinogen, so can only be used if the chemicals are not intended for consumption.. Â· Polyacrylamide is used in its place, mainly therefore, in the treatment of drinking water and sewage, as these are intended for consumption.. Â· The paper industry takes a lot of polyacrylamide produced, being used as a binder and for retention aids for fibres. It also retains the coulour pigments on the paper.. Â· Acrylamide is used to stabilize soil and is used in sand to help keep free sand able to flow, so can fit moulds. It is used as a coating on many household appliances and car parts with thermosetting acrylics.. Â· Other minor uses of acrylamide are in the cosmetic industry to prepare soaps, hair products and pre-shave lotions. It is also used for explosives, adhesives, printing inks, latex thickeners and emulsion stabilizers, but these are on a much lower scale to the ones stated before.
Liquid detergent consists of a hydrophilic sulphurous head and a hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail. When detergent is added to coconut oil and water, the head dissolves in water an…d the tail dissolves in the oil. When the water is agitated, the coconut oil begins to emulsify because the charges on the surface of the coconut oil are now the same, repelling each other, forming globules.
When the detergent is added to the water the head dissolves on thewater
If you mix it with some water you can make bubble mixture
Geeing things that are stuck removed.
Uhhh. To maybe clean things? Or lubricate squeaky fan belts.
No if it is the dish washing soap for the sink. The liquid dishwasher soap can be used.