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1.Structure of Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate70%(SLES70%) Description:

CAS No.:

68585-34-2

MF:

RO(CH2CH2O)nSO3Na

EINECS No.:

221-416-0

Appearance:

White or Light Yellow Viscous

Usage:

Cosmetic Raw Materials, Detergent

2.Main Features of Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate70%(SLES70%) :

With excellent detergency,emulsification and foamability,it is easy to dissolve in water.As well as favorable hard-water resistency and high-biodegradation,it is popular with customers both at home and abroad.

 

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4. Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate70%(SLES70%) Specification

Items

Specification

Active matter, %

68-72

Free Oil,%

3.5 max.

Sodium sulfate, %

1.5 max.

1,4-Dioxane, PPM

30 max.

pH value ( 25 oC , 2% Am.aq.sol)

7.0~9.5

Color, Hazen (5%Am.aq.sol)

20 max.

Chloride ion , %

0.3 Max 

 

5.FAQ

1)How many tons does your factory  can supply each moth?

  30000tons/month

2)How to quarantee the quality of the products?                                                            

  you can arrange SGS&BV or other quality inspection.

3)How many days you need to pepare the cargo after we made the order?

  within 30 days.

 

 

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Q:Please tell in your own language how water and inorganic salts are transported from the soil to the leaves.
The roots of plants are usually divided into roots, roots, roots, roots (roots, roots and roots) for the absorption of roots, the absorption of roots from the soil to absorb water and inorganic salts, through the transport organization to reach the xylem catheter, through the catheter To the various organs of the plant (including leaves). The effect of the absorption of roots through the semipermeable membrane of the role of penetration, that is, the concentration inside and outside the cell membrane is poor. Transpiration can provide transport power for the transport tissue, like a pump to the water and water carrying inorganic salts to the top of the plant. Or first through the root absorption, and then through to the transport.
Q:Can basal salt cause disease or illness?
the web page (below) discusses: Basal Salt Mixtures The use of balanced salt solution (BSS) in cell and tissue culture is generally attributed to early workers in the field. In 1885, Sydney Ringer developed a solution of inorganic salts designed to maintain contractility of mammalian heart tissue. A less specific salt solution was designed by Tyrode for use in work with primary mammalian cells. Tyrode's salt solution became the accepted fluid for diluting protein components of media of natural origin. Since that time, many other balanced salt solutions have been developed for use in cell and tissue culture. The current role of balanced salt solution in cell culture is multi-faceted and can be divided into four principle functions. see web page for extensive discussion on the good things about it
Q:Effect of Inorganic Salts on Viscosity
possible. The inorganic salt is dissolved in water to form positive and negative ions, and the ions of the micelles are extruded to make the solubility smaller and form an increase in the viscosity. With the increase in the amount of inorganic salt, it does not have the ability to dissolve in water, there is no micelles and the molecular state exists in the water, the liquid becomes thin ...
Q:The lack of symptoms and food sources of several inorganic salts
Food sources of inorganic salts containing calcium Source: dairy products, beans, cereals, kelp and so on. Source: seafood, etc. Food of iron-containing inorganic salts Source: Fruits Containing iodine-containing inorganic salts Source (trace): seaweed, jellyfish, corn, mussels, etc. Zinc-containing inorganic salt food sources (trace): animal liver (viscera), fruit, peanuts, etc.
Q:What is the risk of low inorganic salt?
Iodine content in the human body is much lower than 1/10000  is a trace element. Function  iodine in the human body to participate in the formation of thyroid. In the protein, fat, sugar metabolism  promote bio-oxidation and coordination of oxidation of phosphoric acid process, adjust the energy conversion. Promote the metabolism of sugar and fat, regulate the water and salt metabolism in the organization, promote the absorption and utilization of vitamins, activate many important enzymes, promote growth and development. Lack of disease  adult iodine deficiency can cause goiter ⑴ fetal and neonatal iodine deficiency can cause minor illnesses. Typical cases  endemic goiter and local minor illnesses. Excessive symptoms  iodine goiter, iodine thyrotoxicosis. Supply  Adult 150ug  Pregnant woman 175ug 206 Emulsifier 200ug. Food source 海 seafood seaweed, seaweed, fresh fish, clam dry, clam dry, scallops, mussels hai sea cucumber, jellyfish, lobster, etc.
Q:Can you die breathing in salt?
The boiling point of inorganic salts is extremely high due to the strength of their ionic bonds. The temperatures will kill you.
Q:After running the training is best to drink what drinks add inorganic salt
C100 ah
Q:General identification method of inorganic salts
Take the test solution, add thiocyanate solution solution, that is blood red. Fe3 + + NH4SCN → Fe (SCN) 2 + (blood red) Take the test solution, plus potassium ferrocyanide test solution, that is, white precipitate, separation, precipitation in dilute hydrochloric acid insoluble. 3Zn2 ++ 2K4 [Fe (CN) 6] → K2Zn [Fe (CN) 6] 2 ↓ (white) + 6K +
Q:My inorganic diet seems to be working but I am getting tired of the taste of rock salt. Should I continue?
Stay on your diet, you salty dog you.
Q:Eat what food can add inorganic salt
Most of the food contains inorganic salts, the so-called inorganic salts, also known as minerals or ash. Minerals are naturally occurring compounds or natural elements in the crust. There are about 50 kinds of minerals in the human body, although they in the human body only 4% of body weight, but it is an essential part of the organism. According to their content in the body how much can be divided into constant elements and trace elements two categories. The body is actually composed of various elements (macro and trace). Many of these mineral elements are essential components of the enzyme, which can regulate a variety of physiological functions (such as maintaining osmotic pressure, oxygen transport, muscle contraction, nervous system integrity), but also tissue and bone growth and maintenance necessary. Some (such as calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, chloride) content is large, while others are only trace. Human essential trace elements are cobalt (such as vitamin B12), copper, fluorine, iodine, iron, zinc, chromium, selenium, manganese, molybdenum In terms of its impact on experimental animals, nickel, tin and arsenic should also be considered necessary. Most minerals (except zinc) are widely distributed in a variety of foods and can be fully supplemented by balanced and diversified diets. However, there is a need for additional supplements to patients who have been relying on intravenous nutrition for long periods of time, infants and older persons, or because of the lack of regionalities caused by soil and water quality.

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