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What is potassium stearate soap

2013-11-02 by wsdchemical

Commonly referred to as soaps, a variety of oils, sodium hydroxide, a sodium fatty acid saponification mixture obtained. These fats, sodium is actually sodium stearate, sodium palmitate, potassium stearate , sodium fatty acid linoleic acid sodium, etc. A variety of integrated called. If the mixed fat and oil is not used in the saponification, while using only a single stearic acid and sodium hydroxide (commonly known as caustic soda, caustic soda), sodium stearate soap is obtained; if stearic acid saponification with potassium hydroxide, get that potassium stearate soap. Compared with the sodium soap and potassium soap solubility, have higher transparency, irritation should be smaller. White crystalline powder. Soluble in hot water or hot ethanol. The potassium soap of the composition; not be used alone.


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