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Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies ...- local literature of laundry detergent ,Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies Article · Literature Review in British Journal of Dermatology 158(6):1177-81 · July 2008 with 292 Reads How we measure 'reads'Environmental and Health Assessment of Substances in ...This report reviews the literature describing the inherent environmental and health properties of substances in household detergents and cosmetic detergent products. These products are used in high volumes, and the total annual consumption exceeded 70,000 tons in Denmark (in 1997) and 9,000,000 tons in Europe (in 1998). The review contains an up-



Soap and detergent - Raw materials | Britannica

Soap and detergent - Soap and detergent - Raw materials: Fatty alcohols are important raw materials for anionic synthetic detergents. Development of commercially feasible methods in the 1930s for obtaining these provided a great impetus to synthetic-detergent production. The first fatty alcohols used in production of synthetic detergents were derived from body oil of the sperm or bottlenose ...

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Environmental and Health Assessment of Substances in ...

This report reviews the literature describing the inherent environmental and health properties of substances in household detergents and cosmetic detergent products. These products are used in high volumes, and the total annual consumption exceeded 70,000 tons in Denmark (in 1997) and 9,000,000 tons in Europe (in 1998). The review contains an up-

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Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies ...

Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies Article · Literature Review in British Journal of Dermatology 158(6):1177-81 · July 2008 with 292 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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Soap and detergent - Raw materials | Britannica

Soap and detergent - Soap and detergent - Raw materials: Fatty alcohols are important raw materials for anionic synthetic detergents. Development of commercially feasible methods in the 1930s for obtaining these provided a great impetus to synthetic-detergent production. The first fatty alcohols used in production of synthetic detergents were derived from body oil of the sperm or bottlenose ...

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Soap and detergent - Raw materials | Britannica

Soap and detergent - Soap and detergent - Raw materials: Fatty alcohols are important raw materials for anionic synthetic detergents. Development of commercially feasible methods in the 1930s for obtaining these provided a great impetus to synthetic-detergent production. The first fatty alcohols used in production of synthetic detergents were derived from body oil of the sperm or bottlenose ...

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THE SOAP AND OTHER DETERGENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, and crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats. In 1997, the latest year for which U.S. Economic Census data are available, this industry had 799 establishments2 nationally. There were roughly 29,000 employees in total ($1.18 billion payroll), including 16,749 production workers

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THE SOAP AND OTHER DETERGENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, and crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats. In 1997, the latest year for which U.S. Economic Census data are available, this industry had 799 establishments2 nationally. There were roughly 29,000 employees in total ($1.18 billion payroll), including 16,749 production workers

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Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies ...

Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies Article · Literature Review in British Journal of Dermatology 158(6):1177-81 · July 2008 with 292 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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Literature of Soaps and Synthetic Detergents - Advances in ...

Written late in 1966, this paper records the literature on soaps, surfactants, and synthetic detergents up to that time. Some discussion of specific publications precedes a bibliography of 300 items. The literature listed, and to some degree discussed, includes books, periodicals, abstracts, indexes, information services, patent publications, association publications, conference proceedings ...

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Environmental and Health Assessment of Substances in ...

This report reviews the literature describing the inherent environmental and health properties of substances in household detergents and cosmetic detergent products. These products are used in high volumes, and the total annual consumption exceeded 70,000 tons in Denmark (in 1997) and 9,000,000 tons in Europe (in 1998). The review contains an up-

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Literature of Soaps and Synthetic Detergents - Advances in ...

Written late in 1966, this paper records the literature on soaps, surfactants, and synthetic detergents up to that time. Some discussion of specific publications precedes a bibliography of 300 items. The literature listed, and to some degree discussed, includes books, periodicals, abstracts, indexes, information services, patent publications, association publications, conference proceedings ...

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Soap and detergent - Raw materials | Britannica

Soap and detergent - Soap and detergent - Raw materials: Fatty alcohols are important raw materials for anionic synthetic detergents. Development of commercially feasible methods in the 1930s for obtaining these provided a great impetus to synthetic-detergent production. The first fatty alcohols used in production of synthetic detergents were derived from body oil of the sperm or bottlenose ...

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Detergent Regulations - Health and Safety Authority

Detergent Regulations. The Detergents Regulation (EC) No. 648/2004 covers the manufacturing, placing and making available on the market and use of detergents. Any natural or legal person responsible for placing a detergent or a surfactant for a detergent on the market must comply with this regulation.

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THE SOAP AND OTHER DETERGENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, and crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats. In 1997, the latest year for which U.S. Economic Census data are available, this industry had 799 establishments2 nationally. There were roughly 29,000 employees in total ($1.18 billion payroll), including 16,749 production workers

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THE SOAP AND OTHER DETERGENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, and crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats. In 1997, the latest year for which U.S. Economic Census data are available, this industry had 799 establishments2 nationally. There were roughly 29,000 employees in total ($1.18 billion payroll), including 16,749 production workers

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Environmental and Health Assessment of Substances in ...

This report reviews the literature describing the inherent environmental and health properties of substances in household detergents and cosmetic detergent products. These products are used in high volumes, and the total annual consumption exceeded 70,000 tons in Denmark (in 1997) and 9,000,000 tons in Europe (in 1998). The review contains an up-

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Literature of Soaps and Synthetic Detergents - Advances in ...

Written late in 1966, this paper records the literature on soaps, surfactants, and synthetic detergents up to that time. Some discussion of specific publications precedes a bibliography of 300 items. The literature listed, and to some degree discussed, includes books, periodicals, abstracts, indexes, information services, patent publications, association publications, conference proceedings ...

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Literature of Soaps and Synthetic Detergents - Advances in ...

Written late in 1966, this paper records the literature on soaps, surfactants, and synthetic detergents up to that time. Some discussion of specific publications precedes a bibliography of 300 items. The literature listed, and to some degree discussed, includes books, periodicals, abstracts, indexes, information services, patent publications, association publications, conference proceedings ...

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THE SOAP AND OTHER DETERGENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, and crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats. In 1997, the latest year for which U.S. Economic Census data are available, this industry had 799 establishments2 nationally. There were roughly 29,000 employees in total ($1.18 billion payroll), including 16,749 production workers

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Detergent Regulations - Health and Safety Authority

Detergent Regulations. The Detergents Regulation (EC) No. 648/2004 covers the manufacturing, placing and making available on the market and use of detergents. Any natural or legal person responsible for placing a detergent or a surfactant for a detergent on the market must comply with this regulation.

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Soap and detergent - Raw materials | Britannica

Soap and detergent - Soap and detergent - Raw materials: Fatty alcohols are important raw materials for anionic synthetic detergents. Development of commercially feasible methods in the 1930s for obtaining these provided a great impetus to synthetic-detergent production. The first fatty alcohols used in production of synthetic detergents were derived from body oil of the sperm or bottlenose ...

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Detergent Regulations - Health and Safety Authority

Detergent Regulations. The Detergents Regulation (EC) No. 648/2004 covers the manufacturing, placing and making available on the market and use of detergents. Any natural or legal person responsible for placing a detergent or a surfactant for a detergent on the market must comply with this regulation.

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Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies ...

Enzymes, detergents and skin: Facts and fantasies Article · Literature Review in British Journal of Dermatology 158(6):1177-81 · July 2008 with 292 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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Detergent Regulations - Health and Safety Authority

Detergent Regulations. The Detergents Regulation (EC) No. 648/2004 covers the manufacturing, placing and making available on the market and use of detergents. Any natural or legal person responsible for placing a detergent or a surfactant for a detergent on the market must comply with this regulation.

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