You cannot make soap without a chemical. You either need sodium hydroxide or lye. However, lye can be made from wood ash [but it takes a year].
There are plants in nature that have saponates in them, such as yucca, buckeye, soapnuts, soapwort, etc... Check with an herbalist in your area to see what grows locally.
Wax is not necessary in the soap making process.
Soap is a chemical compound or a mixture of more of them
chicken fat@ water ;-0
If you read the ingredients of soap on the packaging, you will see many different chemical compounds listed. Soap is a mixture of chemical compounds.
soap. you make soap I don't know what on earth makes you think lye and water make soap. Lye, water and FAT make soap, and even then, only if you let them sit for a few MONTHS or cook forever and stir the whole time. Lye and water make a corrosive. They produce heat and noxious fumes. NONE of this actually answers the question. They asked for a chemical reaction you nitwit, not the end product. MORON. Sorry to the person asking. I know what happens but cannot name the chemical reaction without googling it. If it's going to be googled, you can do that yourself. Just don't listen to morons like that who think lye and water make soap.
Soap is a chemical product, not a change. But washing involve some chemical reactions.
the creation of soap is a chemical reaction.
There is no chemical name for soap. This is because most soaps are mixtures of compounds and would not have a chemical name.
Soap is a basic chemical compound.
the chemical equation is water + soap=[whatever you get for the expierement. jessyjjd
Sodium hydroxide is used to make solid soaps. Potassium hydroxide is used to make liquid soaps. If the soap is actually a detergent, there are a vast number of chemicals that can be used to make it.
You do not actually need the soap; the vortex will form with or without it. The soap bubbles merely make the vortex more visible.
"Soap" is a chemical category rather than the name of a particular chemical compound and therefore does not have a unique chemical name. One of the commonest compounds in soap made from animal fat is sodium stearate.
the chemical propities of soap is that it is a mixture of sodium hydroxide ethanol and 10grams of fat
Well , lathering of soap is both chemical and physical change
A soap bubble is not a chemical element.
Yes, soap removing grease from hands is a chemical change.
Soap scum is a substance, not a change; but the formation of scum is a chemical process.
well,it depends on what soap you use and its the chemical reaction in the soap that effects the food coloring and milk.
Soap is a complex mixture, not a compound.
No, the formation of soap scum is not a chemical change. Soap scum appears as the result of a physical change. Some of the soap and whatever has become incorporated into the soap and water dry. After the water is gone, the things left are from the soap and whatever mixed with the soap when it was "working" at cleaning.
There is none. Dish soap and water form a mixture. Mixtures do not have chemical formulas.
If you burn a soap it will change in odor in (chemical change) And the physical if the color it will not be change!
Washing with soap can be considered a chemical reaction. A chemical reaction occurs when the soap changes to liquid or bubbles on the hands.