The Classification Of Surfactant
The classifications can be done in many ways, and according to its source, it can be divided into synthetic surface active agent, natural surface active agent and biological surface active agent.
Surfactant can be classified into anionic, cationic, amphoteric and nonionic types on the basis of the kinds of ions generated by hydrophilic group. The surfactant familiar to us has hydrocarbon alkyl group as its hydrophobic group, whose molecules may contain oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, chlorine, bromine and iodine, named as hydrocarbon surfactant or ordinary surfactant. The one inclusive fluorine, silicon, phosphorus and boron is called special surfactant for these elements make surfactant more unique and excellent when brought in. Fluorosurfactant is one of the most important variety in special surfactant.
- January 25, 2019SterilizationThe quaternary ammonium salt bactericide has the property of an ionic compound, which is highly soluble in water and is insoluble in a non-polar solvent, with stable Chemical properties. ...view
- January 25, 2019Soft and smoothWhen the surfactant molecules are aligned on the surface of the fabric, the relative coefficient of static friction of the fabric can be reduced. Non-ionic surfactants such as linear al...view
- January 25, 2019Based on different functions, the surfactant used in coating industry can be classified as following:Emulsifier,surface treatment agent, wetting dispersant of pigment, defoamer, flatting agent, mould ...view
- January 25, 2019Foaming effectThe state in which the gas is dispersed in the liquid is called a bubble. If a liquid is easily formed into a film and is not easily broken, the liquid will produce a lot of foam when it...view
- December 17, 2018Surfactant can be applied to citizen’s daily life and industries. It is said from some information that 2/3 of those for civil use are applied in personal care products; the composite detergent is on...view
- January 25, 2019Wetting effectWhen the solid is in contact with the liquid, the original solid/gas, liquid/gas interface disappears and a new solid/liquid interface is formed. This process is called wetting. For exam...view