Synthetic detergents - oils and fats, Chemistry

Synthetic Detergents - Oils and Fats

The synthetic Syndets or detergents are substitutes of soaps. They comprise cleansing power as good or better as compared to ordinary soaps. Such as soap, they consist of both hydrophilic (water soluble) and hydrophobic (oil-soluble) parts in the molecule.

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