Product Description:
1.Structure of Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid96%(LABSA96%) Description：
CAS No.:  27176870 
MF:  C18H30O3S 
EINECS No.:  2482894 
Appearance:  White or Light Yellow Viscous 
Usage:  Cosmetic Raw Materials, Detergent 
2.Main Features of Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid96%(LABSA96%) ：
It is widely used as detergent materials
Active chlorine content  96% 
Function  detergent materials 
Package  215 kg / drum 
Appearance  Brown viscous liquid 
Brand name  CE 
3. Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid96%(LABSA96%) Images
4. Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid96%(LABSA96%) Specification
PROPERTY  SPECIFIED LIMIT 
Appearance  Brown viscous liquid 
Active matter content ％  96Min 
 
Sulfuric acid,%  1.5 Max 
 
Free oil, %  2.0 Max 
 
Color and luster (5% a.m,Hazen)  60 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.
 Q:Whay is the reason that people are using food additives?
 Additives in food can serve a wide variety of functions. They can change the consistency of the food, act as a preservative, give it color, or change taste. Often, the additive is the cheapest or most effective way to do this (sometimes both).
 Q:What's the additive inverse of 3.?
 the answer is 3. the additive inverse of a number is the number you add to make the sum equal zero.
 Q:Find the additive inverse of 9 on the 12hour clock?
 The additive inverse is the number that makes another number equal to zero when added. For example, 4 and 4 are additive inverses because 4 + 4 = 0. On a clock, there is no zero. 12 represents zero. To find the inverse of 9 on the 12 hour clock, find the number that adds to 9 to make 12. Subtract 9 from 12 or use algebra: 9 + x = 12 x = 21 The additive inverse of 9 on a 12 hour clock is 21. Hope this helps!
 Q:Gasoline additive problems (cleaning the fuel injector burner)
 In fact, daily driving with G17 enough to use. Red line, then suggest that you often use when the high turn, and gasoline additives is not the most important problem, the most important thing is the oil!
 Q:Which integer is it's own additive inverse?
 1•1=1. (1)(1)=1. So 1 and 1 are their own multiplicative inverse.
 Q:what is industrial additives?
 Additives are used in Agriculture to change to context or chemical status of a product. Example in silage you add additives to reduce the PH levels to help preserve it for longer. or even adding urea to straw to make it more palatable
 Q:Whats additive toxicity?
 Chundering Definition
 Q:What are the additives for popcorn?
 Popcorn is the main processing raw material is corn kernels, corn is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, which lutein on the eyes play a protective role, and polyphenols antioxidants can prevent cardiovascular disease. Burst of corn, the epidermis played a certain protective effect, so there is not much loss of nutrients. Popcorn contains salt and sweeteners, as long as the production is provided by the national standard, Eat less on the body is no impact.
 Q:Additive function a: R → R is an increasing function .it is continus.why?
 Any additive increasing function α: R → R is linear of the form α(x) = α(1)x, hence is continuous. Proof. Suppose that (1) α(x + y) = α(x) + α(y), for any x, y in R, and (2) α(x) ≤ α(y), for any x, y in R, x ≤ y. Applying (1) we have: α(0) = α(0+0) = α(0)+α(0) ==> α(0) = 0 0 = α(0) = α(x+(–x)) = α(x) + α(–x) ==> α(–x) = – α(x), for any x in R α(x – y) = α(x + (–y)) = α(x) + α(–y) = α(x) – α(y), for any x, y in R If n is a positive integer then, for any x in R α(nx) = α(x+x+...+x) = α(x)+α(x)+...+α(x) = nα(x) If n is a positive integer then, for any x in R α(x) = α(n(x/n)) = nα(x/n) ==> α(x/n) = (1/n)α(x) If m, n are positive integers then, for any x in R α((n/m)x) = α(n(x/m)) = nα(x/m) = n((1/m)α(x)) = (n/m)α(x) Collecting the previous results, we have α(qx) = qα(x), for any x in R, q in Q In particular, α(q) = α(1)q, for any q in Q Next I apply (2) to show that α(x) = α(1)x, for any x in R. Fix x in R. Since Q is dense in R, given ε > 0 there are p, q in Q such that p < x < q an q–p < ε. Then α(1)p = α(p) ≤ α(x) ≤ α(q) = α(1)q, so –α(1)(x–p) ≤ α(x) – α(1)x ≤ α(1)(q–x) –α(1)ε ≤ α(x) – α(1)x ≤ α(1)ε The previous inequality holds for any ε > 0, hence α(x) – α(1)x = 0 bye
 Q:What are the main food additives
 Spices: candy and chocolate in the general essential oils, flavors, powder spices extract several types. Each type and there are numerous varieties, such as candy and chocolate, according to the flavor can be divided into fruit type, nuts fragrance, frankincense, floral type, wine type and other different varieties.
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