Discussion :: General Science - Synthetic Materials (Q.No.5)
Detergents used for cleaning clothes and utensils contain?
Answer: Option C
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|Naman Agarwal said: (Mar 19, 2014)|
|"Detergent" refers to mixtures of chemical compounds including alkylbenzene sulfonates, which are similar to soap but are less affected by hard water.|
|Neha Sharma said: (Apr 9, 2015)|
|Detergents are sodium or potassium salts of benzene sulphuric acids or quaternary ammonium salts of long chain tertiary amine.|
|Anju said: (Jan 14, 2016)|
|Soap are sodium or potassium salt of heavier fatty acid.|
|Laxmi said: (Mar 22, 2016)|
|Soap are sodium of heavier fatty acids.
Sulphonates means acid or potassium.
|Samita said: (Jun 18, 2016)|
|Detergents are the ammonium and sulphonates salt of higher fatty acids.|
|Shouvick Mallick said: (Dec 9, 2016)|
|Detergent are the ammonium and sulphonates salt of higher fatty acids.
Sulphonates means acid and potassium.
Soap and sodium of heavier fatty acids.
Soap and sodium or potassium salt of heavier fatty acids.
|Shiv said: (Jul 18, 2017)|
|I think sulphonates is correct.|
|Anuj said: (Jul 14, 2019)|
|It will be Sodium carbonate.|
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