Program


Surfactants and Detergents


MONDAY


  AFTERNOON


S&D 1: Industrial Applications of Surfactants
Chair(s): M. Dahanayake, Rhodia, USA; P. Sharko, Shell Global Solutions Inc., USA

Single Phase Vegetable oil Microemulsion: Particle Size and Zeta Potential Characterization

S. Cumberland(1), G. Smith(2)
(1)The Huntsman Corporation, United States of America (2)The Huntsman Corporation, United States of America


Adsorption of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate and Sodium Octanoate on Carbon Black and Paper Fiber in the Presence of Calcium Ions

B. Grady(1), T. Sritapunya(2), S. Chavadej(3), B. Kitiyanan(4), J. Scamehorn(5)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (3)Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (4)Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (5)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


Low Voc, Biorenewable Solvents With Enhanced Degreasing Properties

J. Shulman(1)
(1)Dow Chemical, United States of America


Powerful Tool for Developing Cost-Effective and Competitive Formulations

L. Minevski(1), T. Phang(2)
(1)ITW Global Brands, United States of America (2)ITW Global Brands, United States of America


Use of Viscoelastic Surfactant Formulations for Improving Chemical Flooding Performance

A. Raj(1), M. Rojas(2), T. Hsu(3), P. Lohateeraparp(4), J. Harwell(5), B. Shiau(6)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (4)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (5)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (6)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


High Throughput Development of Formulation to Face new Constraints

C. Masselon(1), M. Guirardel(2), B. Roux(3)
(1)Solvay/Rhodia LOF, France (2)Rhodia/Solvay LOF, United States of America (3)Rhodia/Solvay LOF, United States of America


PROTON-INDUCED EMULSION RUPTURE LEADING TO MULTI-LAMELLAR MACRO-EMULSION.

S. Park(1)
(1)Amorepacific, Korea, Republic of



TUESDAY


  MORNING


S&D 2: Surfactants in Energy
Chair(s): U. Weerasooriya, University of Texas, USA; B. Shiau, University of Oklahoma, USA

Synthesis and Surface Activity of a Class of Novel Triazine Carboxyl Betaine Surfactants Derived From S-triazine

w. qiao(1)
(1)Dalian University of Technology, China


Performance Improvement Trends to Attain Ultralow Interfacial Tension With Surfactant Formulation in Enhanced oil Recovery

J. Salager(1), A. Forgiarini(2)
(1)Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela (2)Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela


Synthesis and Application of High Molecular Weight Sulfonates.

P. Berger(1), C. Lee(2)
(1)Oil Chem Technologies, United States of America (2)Oil C hem Technologies, Inc, United States of America


New Developments in Chemical EOR

U. Weerasooriya(1)
(1)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America


Surfactant Enhanced Oil Recovery from Naturally Fractured Reservoirs

J. Lu(1), A. Goudarzi(2), P. Chen(3), D. Kim(4), C. Britton(5), M. Delshad(6), K. Mohanty(7), U. Weerasooriya(8), G. Pope(9)
(1)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (2)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (3)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (4)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (5)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (6)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (7)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (8)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America (9)The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America


Designing Surfactant Formulations for Enhanced oil Recovery by Using the Hydrophilic-lipophilic Difference Concept

P. Lohateeraparp(1), J. Harwell(2), B. Shiau(3), T. Hsu(4), A. Wallace(5)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (4)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (5)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


Solubilization Capacity and Emission Characteristics of Vegetable Oil-based Microemulsion Biofuel

C. Attaphong(1), D. Sabatini(2)
(1)The University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)The University of Oklahoma, United States of America


Palm oil Microemulsion-based Biofuel: Environmental Impact Assessment

N. Arpornpong(1), A. Charoensaeng(2), D. Sabatini(3), S. Khaodhiar(4)
(1)International Postgraduate Programs in Environmental Management, Thailand (2)Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Thailand (3)Schools of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, United States of America (4)Department of Environmental Engineering, Thailand


Designing Surfactant-only Formulations for a High Salinity and Tight Reservoirs

W. Wan(1), A. Raj(2), T. Hsu(3), L. Prapas(4), J. Harwell(5), B. Shiau(6)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (4)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (5)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (6)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


S&D 2.1: General Surfactants
Chair(s): R. Panandiker, Procter & Gamble Co., USA; D. Murphy, Stepan Co., USA

Novel Surface Modifying Technology for Enhanced Hard Surface Cleaning Experience

S. Brijmohan(1), G. Hsu(2), F. Shuster(3), D. Malaba(4)
(1)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, United States of America (2)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, United States of America (3)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, United States of America (4)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, United States of America


Encouraging the Adoption of Green Cleaning by Preserving the Performance of Peroxygen Cleaners Over the Long Term.

D. Bonislawski(1), L. Schneidewind(2)
(1)AkzoNobel Pulp & Paper Chemicals, United States of America (2)AkzoNobel Pulp & Performance Chemicals, United States of America


Next Generation Hybrid Polymers - a More Sustainable Solution

M. Vanderhoof(1)
(1)AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, LLC, United States of America

K. Rodrigues(1)
(1)AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, LLC, United States of America


Sulfonation Reaction Analysis of Converting Fatty Acid Methyl Ester to Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Sulfonate (MES).

F. NIIKURA(1)
(1)LION CORPORATION, Japan


Organomodified Silicones in Household Care

A. Nagy(1), J. Peggau(2)
(1)Evonik Industries, United States of America (2)Evonik Industries, AG, Germany


Alternative Chemistry for Polyacrylate Replacement in Sustainable Liquid Laundry Detergents

G. Bonnechère(1), S. Verrett(2), J. Kolpa(3)
(1)Thermphos - Dequest, United States of America (2)Thermphos - Dequest, United States of America (3)Thermphos - Dequest, United States of America


Novel new Surfactant Molecules With Sulfoxide Headgroups

G. Yu(1), B. Grady(2), J. Harwell(3), S. Long(4), G. Arhancet(5)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (4)Novus International, United States of America (5)Novus International, United States of America


Synergies of Long-chain Alkyl Amidinium Bicarbonates With Anionic Surfactants

Z. Zheng(1)
(1)Dalian University of Technology, China



  AFTERNOON


S&D 3: Consumer and Cleaning Applications
Chair(s): B. Lin, Henkel, USA; T. Graham, Sun Products Corp., USA

Synergistic Combination of Extended-surfactants and Biorenewable Surfactants for Cold Temperature Detergency of Vegetable Oils and Fats

L. Do(1), D. Sabatini(2), J. Scamehorn(3)
(1)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (2)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


Visualizing Cleaning Process Real Time ---novel Hard-surface Cleaning Surfactant System That Clean Quickly

D. Li(1)
(1)Shell, United States of America


The Realisation of the Impossible: the Stabilisation of Reactive Benefit Agents in Laundry Liquid Formulation and Their Efficient Release in Wash

D. Duncalf(1)
(1)Revolymer Ltd, United States Virgin Islands


The Foaming Control Technology for the Rinsing Improvement in Laundry Detergent.

Y. HOSHIDA(1)
(1)Lion Corporation, Japan


Real Time Study of Detergent Ingredient Action: stain Removal and Adsorption of Benefit Agents

M. Dreja(1), N. Plath(2), P. Schmiedel(3)
(1)Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany (2)Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany (3)Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany


Novel Anti-microbial Benefits for Lactic Acid

R. Wietting(1), P. Stuut(2)
(1)Purac, United States of America (2)Purac, Netherlands


Monoglyceride Removal From Fabrics Under Microemulsion-base Formulation

J. Chanwattanakit(1), S. Chavadej(2), J. Scamehorn(3), D. Sabatini(4)
(1)The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (2)The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (3)University of Oklahoma, United States of America (4)University of Oklahoma, United States of America


Enhancing Whiteness Through Enzymes.

N. Prieto(1), A. Lee(2), N. Schack(3)
(1)Novozymes NA, United States of America (2)Novozymes NA, United States of America (3)Novozymes AS, United States of America


Hydrogen Peroxide for Green Cleaning Applications

S. Zhu(1), N. Juhasz(2), X. Wang(3), K. Genco(4)
(1)Arkema Inc, United States of America (2)Arkema Inc, United States of America (3)Arkema Inc, United States of America (4)Arkema Inc, United States of America


S&D 3.1a: Rheology and Characterization in Structured Surfactant Solutions, Including Solutions with Ionic and/or Organic Liquids
Chair(s): B. Grady, University of Oklahoma, USA; N. Komesvarakul, Sun Products Corp., USA

Surfactant-activated Microgels

K. Chari(1), R. Hsu(2), P. Bhargava(3), B. Figura(4), Y. Wayne(5), J. Park(6), T. Clifford(7), M. Kadir(8), G. Benedikt(9)
(1)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (2)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (3)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (4)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (5)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (6)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (7)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (8)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America (9)Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., United States of America


CANCELLED - Development of nano-structured products by self-assembly of surfactants

D. Bajpai(1), V. Tyagi(2)
(1)NONE, India (2)Harcourt Butler Technological Institute, India


Formulation and Rheological Properties of Structured Surfactant Systems

g. smith(1)
(1)Huntsman Corporation, United States of America


Polymer - Surfactant Interactions

D. Verstrat(1)
(1)AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, United States of America


The effect of surfactants on the rheology of organogels and hydrogels

S. Zarate Munoz(1), O. Chung(2), Y. Cheng(3), E. Acosta(4)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada (4)University of Toronto, Canada


S&D 3.1b: Advances in Surfactant-Based Complex Fluids
Chair(s): E. Szekeres, Clorox Services Co., USA; A. Teneja, BASF,; P. Varanasi, BASF,

Predicting Microemulsion Thermodynamics Using Unifac and Curvature Models

A. Boza(1), E. Acosta(2)
(1)University of Toronto, United States of America (2)University of Toronto, Canada


Van der Waals Free Energy Model for the Solubilisation of oil in Micelles

A. Boza(1), E. Acosta(2)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada


Prediction of emulsion formation and stability with the HLD-NAC model

E. Acosta(1), S. Kiran(2)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, United States of America



WEDNESDAY


  MORNING


BIO 4/S&D 4: Biobased Surfactants, Detergents and Oleochemicals
Chair(s): G. Smith, Huntsman Performance Products, USA; D. Hayes, University of Tennessee, USA; D. Solaiman, USDA, ARS, ERRC, USA

Vegetable Oil Based Surfactants: Physical Chemistry and Performance Properties

G. Smith(1)
(1)Huntsman Corporation, United States of America


Biobased Surfactants: Overview and New Directions

D. Hayes(1)
(1)University of Tennessee, United States of America


Sophorolipids as Antimicrobials and as Composite Additives for Phenotypic Alteration of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Film Surfaces

R. Ashby(1), J. Zerkowski(2), D. Solaiman(3), L. Liu(4)
(1)USDA Agricultural Research Service, United States of America (2)USDA/ARS/ERRC, United States of America (3)USDA/ARS/ERRC, United States of America (4)USDA/ARS/ERRC, United States of America


Biological activities of rhamnolipids and their incorporation and release from hydrogel formulations

L. Ju(1), S. Soltani Dashtbozorg(2), S. Miao(3), M. Sodagari(4)
(1)The University of Akron, United States of America (2)The University of Akron, United States of America (3)The University of Akron, United States of America (4)The University of Akron, United States of America


Enzymatic synthesis, surface and lipid interaction properties of novel rhamnolipids

M. Deleu(1), K. Nott(2), G. Richard(3)
(1)Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, University of Liege, Belgium (2)Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, University of Liege, Belgium (3)Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, University of Liege, Belgium


Drug Delivery Systems based on diacyl arginine surfactants: preparation, characterization and evaluation of their biological activity

L. Perez(1), L. Tavano(2), R. Infante(3), A. Pinazo(4), A. Manresa(5), M. Vinardell(6), M. Mitjans(7)
(1)CSIC, Spain (2)University of Calabria, Italy (3)CSIC, Spain (4)CSIC, Spain (5)University of Barcelona, Spain (6)University of Barcelona, Spain (7)University of Barcelona, Spain


Soy Protein Fragments as Hydrophilic Components in Surfactants

T. Theyson(1)
(1)TensTech Inc., United States of America


Eastman GEMTM technology for cosmetic ingredients

M. Natale(1)
(1)Eastman Chemical Company, United States of America


Surfactants extracted from waste biomass and their use to remove oil from oil-coated sands.

E. Acosta(1), M. Baxter(2), E. Montoneri(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, United States of America (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Torino, Dept. of Chemistry, Canada


Renewable glucarate-based complexes as auto-dish builders

T. Smith(1)
(1)Rivertop Renewables, United States of America


Synthesis of succinyl amide gemini surfactant from Adenopus breviflorus seed oil: A prospective corrosion inhibitor of mild steel in acidic medium for the African polpulace

A. Adewuyi(1)
(1)Redeemer's University, Nigeria, Nigeria


Production of Pure Pinolenic Acid from Pine Nut Oil via Enzymatic Esterification Combined with Urea Complexation

D. No(1), T. Zhao(2), I. Kim(3)
(1)Korea University, Korea, Republic of (2)Korea University, Korea, Republic of (3)Korea University, Korea, Republic of


EAT 4/S&D 4.1: Emulsions, Dispersions, and Foams
Chair(s): C. Rojas, AMCOL International Corp., USA; A. Wright, University of Guelph, Canada

Capillary Video Microscopy as a Tool for Developing Double-Emulsion Creams

K. Papadopoulos(1)
(1)Tulane University, United States of America


The HLB System – A Time-Saving Guide to Emulsifier Selection

A. Kaziska(1)
(1)Croda Inc., United States of America


Nutraceutical Nanoemulsions: Influence of Carrier Lipid Composition and Location on β–carotene Bioaccessibility


Physico-chemical Properties, Oxidative Stability and Non-enzymatic Browning Reactions in Marine Phospholipids Emulsions and Their Applications for Food Enrichment

L. FungSieng (Henna)(1), C. Jacobsen(2), N. Skall Nielsen(3), C. P. Baron(4)
(1)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark (2)Technical university of Denmark, Denmark (3)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark (4)Technical University of Denmark, Denmark


Location and Reactivity of Model Ingredients in Emulsions: Effect of Interface Properties and Ingredient Lipophilicity

C. Berton-Carabin(1), R. Elias(2), J. Coupland(3)
(1)The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America (2)The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America (3)The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America


Structural Impact of Partial Coalescence on ice Cream

M. Warren(1), N. Gaudino(2), R. Hartel(3)
(1)University of WIsconsin, United States of America (2)University of Wisconsin, United States of America (3)University of Wisconsin, United States of America


Cancelled - Localization and Stability of α-tocopherols in Emulsion-based Delivery Systems


Impact of water cut and continuous phase wax crystals on water-in-oil emulsion rheology

D. Rousseau(1), S. Ghosh(2), S. Haj-shaifiei(3)
(1)Ryerson University, Canada (2)University of Saskatchewan, Canada (3)Ryerson University, Canada


Food Grade Water-in-oil Nanoemulsions From a High-pressure Valve Homogenizer and a Microfluidizer

L. Lee(1), R. Hancocks(2), I. Noble(3), I. Norton(4)
(1)The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain) (2)The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain) (3)PepsiCo Intl, United Kingdom (Great Britain) (4)The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain)


Microencapsulated Self-emulsifying Delivery Systems.

E. Acosta(1), M. Nouraei(2), L. Diosady(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada



  AFTERNOON


ANA 5.1/S&D 5: Emerging Test Methods for Surfactants and Detergents
Chair(s): M. Tsumadori, Kao Corp., Japan; H. Li, Bruker Optics Inc., USA

Characterization of Surfactant Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Interactions Using Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (itc)

Z. Wang(1), S. Xu(2), E. Acosta(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada


Using Inflection Points in Surfactant Blend Properties as a Guide to System Synergies

R. Theiner(1), R. Bennett(2)
(1)Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., United States of America (2)Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., United States of America


Quantification of oil extraction from microalgae using conventional solvents and microemulsions

E. Acosta(1), J. Chan(2), R. Xu(3), L. Diosady(4)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)University of Toronto, Canada (4)University of Toronto, Canada


Use of acoustic spectrometry to determine drop size distribution of water-in-bitumen emulsions

E. Acosta(1), W. Ren(2), S. Ng(3)
(1)University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Eng. and Appl. Chemistry, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada (3)Syncrude Canada Ltd., Canada




Surfactants and Detergents Poster Session


Chair(s): M. Wint, Amway Corp., USA

Determination of Phytotoxic Effects of Some Cationic Surfactants on Epicuticular Structure of L. minor L. Observing by SEM
  G. YILMAZ(1)
  (1)TRAKYA UNIVERSITY, Turkey

Monoglyceride Oily Soil Detergency : Effect of Added Salt
  N. Trisinsomboon(1), S. Chavadej(2)
  (1)The Petroleum and Petrochemical College Chulalornkorn University, Thailand (2)Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Formulation Design for Targeting Delivery of Surfactant-coated Iron Oxide Nanoparticles to tce Zone
  Z. Wang(1), E. Acosta(2)
  (1)University of Toronto, Canada (2)University of Toronto, Canada

Fatty Acid Diethanolamide Replacement by a High Active Betaine
  A. Nagy(1), P. Le(2)
  (1)Evonik Industries, United States of America (2)Evonik Industries, United States of America

Spectroscopic Study of the Interaction Between C.i. Reactive Red180 With Cationic Gemini Surfactant in Aqueous Solution
  H. Akbas(1), A. Elemenli(2), M. Boz(3)
  (1)Trakya University, Turkey (2)Trakya Universitesi, Turkey (3)Trakya University, Turkey

Phytotoxic Effects of Three Surfactants: Dbsna, sds and Gemini Surfactant (16-2-16) on Allium Cepa l. Plantlets
  F. Dane(1), S. Leventer(2), H. Akbas(3), F. Öztürk(4), G. Yilmaz(5)
  (1)Trakya University, Turkey (2)Trakya University, Turkey (3)Trakya University, Turkey (4)Trakya University, Turkey (5)Trakya University, Turkey

Next Generation Hybrid Polymers - a More Sustainable Solution
  M. Vanderhoof(1)
  (1)AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, LLC, United States of America   K. Rodrigues(1)
  (1)AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, LLC, United States of America

Particle Based Rheology - Adjus for Structured and Isotropic Liquids
  S. Mohammed(1)
  (1)Evonik Degussa Corporation, United States of America

Designing Controlled Release Systems Based on Silicon Dioxide
  S. Mohammed(1)
  (1)Evonik Degussa Corporation, United States of America

Optimization of Builders in Automatic Dishwashing Detergent
  C. Caires(1), E. Satchell(2), R. Miller(3)
  (1)BASF, United States of America (2)BASF, United States of America (3)BASF, United States of America

Aminosiloxanes in Laundry Applications
  D. Parrish(1), D. Kuppert(2), M. Hisamoto(3), J. Hildebrand(4), P. Le(5), A. Nagy(6)
  (1)Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation, United States of America (2)Evonik Industries AG, Germany (3)Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation, United States of America (4)Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation, United States of America (5)Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation, United States of America (6)Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation, United States of America

"SYNTHESIS AND STUDY BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF SOME SCHIFF BASE NANOPARTICLES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN EGYPTIAN PETROLEUM FIELDS"
  N. AbdelRahman(1)
  (1)Pharma Swede Egypt, Egypt

Lysine based cationic surfactants at the air-water interface. Mixed monolayers with DPPC: An investigation into the antimicrobial activity
  A. Pinazo(1), A. Colomer(2), L. Pérez(3), M. Infante(4), R. Pons(5), A. Manresa(6), M. Espuny(7)
  (1)Institute of Advanced Chemistry of Catalonia, Spain (2)CSIC, Spain (3)CSIC, Spain (4)CSIC, Spain (5)CSIC, Spain (6)University of Barcelona, Spain (7)University of Barcelona, Spain

RHAMNOLIPID CHARACTERIZATION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON DPPC BILAYER ORGANIZATION.
  A. Pinazo(1), E. Haba(2), R. Pons(3), L. Pérez(4), A. Manresa(5)
  (1)Institute of Advanced Chemistry of Catalonia, CSIC, Spain (2)University of Barcelona, Spain (3)CSIC, Spain (4)CSIC, Spain (5)University of Barcelona, Spain

The Science and Formulation Aspects of ADW Rinse Aids
  K. Gutowski(1)
  (1)BASF Corporation, United States of America

Jatropha and Pongamia oil derived sophorolipids: Characterization and application in laundry detergents
  k. Joshi-Navare(1), P. Khanwilkar(2), A. Prabhune(3)
  (1)National Chemical Laboratory, India (2)National Chemical Laboratory, India (3)National Chemical Laboratory, India

Emulsification Properties of Surfactin, and Other Food-based Biosurfactants
  B. Lamsal(1), J. Morris(2)
  (1)Iowa State University, United States of America (2)Iowa State University, United States of America

Synthesis and Properties of Novel Chemocleavable Surfactants Bearing a Sucrose Derived from Diethyl Tartrate
  D. Ono(1), Y. Nishida(2), H. Sato(3), M. Shizuma(4), A. Masuyama(5)
  (1)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (2)Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan (3)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (4)Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Japan (5)Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan

Synthesis and Evaluation of surface active properties of ester based cationic imidazolium monomeric surfactants.
  C. Mangat(1), S. Kaur(2), S. Mangat(3)
  (1)guru nanak dev university, India (2)guru nanak dev university, India (3)guru nanak dev university, India

Improving the Performance and Reducing the Cost of Laundry Formulations with 100% Sustainable Poly(Sodium Itaconate)
  A. Augustiniak(1)
  (1)Itaconix Corporation, United States of America



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