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Transcript of SOLUTIONS PROJECT
What environmental issues are involved
with detergents containing phosphates?
Is there a difference between
"soap" and "detergent"?
Soap is an excellent cleanser because of its ability to act as an emulsifying agent.
As explained before, soap contains oil, mainly.
These drops of oil are suspended in the water. This is how soap cleans your hands.
Released into the flow of waste water coming from the home, these detergents can have far-reaching environmental impacts:
they can have poisonous effects in all types of aquatic life if they are present in sufficient quantities, and this includes the biodegradable detergents.
soaps are manufactured from natural materials and form scum when use in hard water while detergents are manufactured from synthetic materials and do not form scum in hard water.
Friday, April 25, 2014
Soaps / Detergents
Who discovered it?
around 2800 BC
Where is it made primarily?
first soaps were probably the saps of certain plants
How is it made?
it involves many steps; first the fats and the alkali are melted in a kettle and after boiling the mixture thickens, the fat reacts with the alkali and produces soap and glycerin
What type of solution is it?
liquid soap and detergents are colloids
Soap is a solid or liquid compound of molecules obtained from the mixture of metal salts, typically sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, and fatty acids.
Its amphiphilic nature gives it its characteristic properties, such as foaming and washing. Its base is oil, and other chemical properties are cleansing power of soap relative to detergent.
What scam-products are available to get clothes clean without using any detergent?
- The PureWash Professional-Grade Ionic Laundry Purifier
- Laundry ball
What properties do soaps have?