3 edition of Anionic surfactants--biochemistry, toxicology, dermatology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Christian Gloxhuber.|
|Series||Surfactant science series ;, v. 10|
|LC Classifications||RA1270.S87 A54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 456 p. :|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||80024317|
Author(s): Gloxhuber,Christian Title(s): Anionic surfactants: biochemistry, toxicology, dermatology/ edited by Christian Gloxhuber. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Dekker, c Surface-Active Agents/toxicity* NLM ID: [Book]. Back to book. chapter. 8 Pages. Half Title. Martin E. Ginn, and Dinesh O. Shah Thin Liquid Films, edited by I. B. Ivanov Microemulsions and Related Systems: Formulation, Solvency, and Physical. Properties, edited by Maurice Bourrel and Robert S. Schechter Crystallization and Polymorphism of Fats and Fatty Acids, edited by Nissim Garti.
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This state-of-the-art reference provides comprehensive multidisciplinary coverage of the most recent information on cosmetic ingredients, finished products, target organs, delivery systems, and current technology in safety, toxicology, and dermatological testing. Discussing modern innovations such as active cosmetics for the hair, skin, and. Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) or sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), sometimes written sodium laurilsulfate, is a synthetic organic compound with the formula C H 3 (CH 2) 11 SO 4 is an anionic surfactant used in many cleaning and hygiene products. This molecule is an organosulfate and a salt. It consists of a carbon tail attached to a sulfate group, that is, it is the sodium salt of dodecyl E number: E (thickeners, ).
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Anionic Surfactants: Biochemistry, Toxicology, Dermatology, Second Edition, (Surfactant Science): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Anionic surfactants--biochemistry, toxicology, dermatology (Surfactant science series) Paperback – January 1, by Gloxhuber, Christian (ed), (Author)Author: Gloxhuber, Christian (ed).
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Anionic surfactants. toxicology New York: M. Dekker, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Anionic surfactants--biochemistry Physical Format: Online version: Anionic surfactants--biochemistry, toxicology, dermatology. New York: M.
Dekker, © (OCoLC) Anionic Surfactants--Biochemistry, Toxicology, Dermatology, Surfactant Science Series Volume Gloxhuber, Christian Published by M. Dekker (). REVIEWS OF BOOKS AND AUDIOVISUAL AIDS Lawrence M.
Solomon, M.D. Reuiew Editor Anionic Surfactants-Biochemistry, Toxicology, Der matology, Surfactant Science Series, Dermatology book by Christian Gloxhuber, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, This book is volume 10 in the well-respected Surfactant Science Anionic surfactants--biochemistry.
Summary. The various types of anionic surfactants are listed and the five most used types are dealt with in detail. More attention is given to linear alkyl benzene sulfonates (LAS), since they are used more than any other surfactant and more data have been reported on them.
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Anionic Surfactants (in two parts), edited by Warner M. Linfield (see Volume 8. Anionic Surfactants: Chemical Analysis, edited by John Cross. Stabilization. Colloidal Dispersions by Polymer Adsorption, Tatsuo Sat0 and Richard Ruch. Anionic Surfactants: Biochemistry, Toxicology, Dermatology, edited by Christian Gloxhuber (see File Size: 7MB.
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"Second Edition provides a thorough, up-to-date treatment of the fundamental behavior of surface active agents in solutions, their interaction with biological structures from proteins and membranes to the stratum corneum and epidermis, and their performance in formulations such as shampoos, dentifrice, aerosols, and skin cleansers.".
Anionic surfactants cause greater enhancement and damage than non ionic surfactants. Anionic has been found to increase deuterated water permeability of human epidermis in vitro.
The surfactants such as sodium lauryl sulfate, after extended treatment, irreversibly caused protein denaturation, membrane expansion, hole formation, and the loss of.
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This volume provides a comprehensive overview for recognizing and producing the characteristics of successful special surfactant agents. It highlights one of the most versatile and effective surface-active surfactant agents, detailing the synthesis and production, chemical properties and behaviours, and application for alkyl polyglucosides.4/5(1).
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Other readers will always. all anionic surfactants are classified harmful for LC50 between mg/L while non-ionic surfactants are toxic for LC50 between and 10 mg/L.
Most nonionic surfactants are composed of linear or nonyl-phenol alcohols or fatty acids. The hydrophilic behavior of nonionic surfactants is caused either by polymerized glycol ether or glucose units.For many years, an increasing number of diagnosed atopy and skin problems have been observed.
For people affected by the problem of atopy, the selection of skin care products, including cosmetics, is extremely important. Cleansing cosmetics, due to their ability to cause skin irritations and disturb the hydrolipidic barrier, can increase problems with atopic : Tomasz Bujak, Martyna Zagórska-Dziok, Zofia Nizioł-Łukaszewska.Status of surfactants as penetration enhancers in transdermal drug delivery.
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