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RAW LABSA 96 percent INFORMATION ABOUT THE MATERIAL:
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Chemical substance that is detergent in nature.
Brown sticky liquid with a slick appearance
27176-87-0 (CAS)
248-289-4 EINECS No.
R-C6H4-SO3H, R-C6H4-SO3H, R-C6H4-SO3H, R-
Molecular Weight:323 HS Molecular Weight:323 HS Molecular Weight:323 34021100.00 is the code for this item.

Specification
PRODUCT
Linear Alklybenzene Sulphonic Acid (LABSA)
Other name
Anionic surfactant
other name
Dodecyl benzene sulphonic acid (DBSA)
Grade standard
Industrial Grade  / Detergent Grade
Appearance
brown Viscous liquid
Purity
96% min
CAS
27176-87-0
HS
34021100.00
CF
 C18H30SO3
MF
r-c6h4-so3h
Mol. wt
326.49
Main use
raw mateial for laundry detergent powder, hair shampoo, bath shampoo, dish detergent and complex soap, dishware cleaner and toilt cleaner.

Content of A.M: 96% min

Free oil : 1.5% max
Inorganic acid: 1.5% max
Color(Klett): 20-40max
Average Molecular weight: 319-325
LABSA is primarily used in the detergent industry to make washing powder, detergent powder, detergent cake, liquid soap, oil soap, scouring bar, and cleaning powder.
This chemical is used in anionic specialty formulations.
It has the potential to improve the quality of pesticide sprays.

In the textile industry, linear alkyl benzene sulphonic acid is used as a washing and mercerizing agent. LABSA is used to increase the surface area of distempers. It is used in small amounts as a wetting agent and an emulsifier in toilet soap foaming, along with other surfactants.

LABSA is used in the polymerization of emulsions and the production of coupling agents, emulsifiers, agricultural herbicides, household and industrial cleaners due to its high active matter content and miscibility with low salt content and water.

 

CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND SAFETY
In nature, most anionic surfactants, including LABSA, are nontoxic. Prolonged exposure to these surfactants, on the other hand, may irritate and damage the skin by disrupting the lipid membrane, which protects the skin and other cells. Biodegradability, on the other hand, is determined by the hydrophobic hydrocarbon group of the surfactant.

 

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