Sodium Dodecylpoly(oxyethylene) Sulfate
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(2), Bath liquid (US 5,683,683)
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (2 moles EO) (30%)    12
Cocamide MEA    5.5
Stearamidopropyl Phosphatidyl PG-Dimonium Chloride (41.5%)    0.2
Glycol Stearate    0.75
Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine (48%)    1.7
Stearamide MEA    2.0
PEG 150 Distearate    0.05
Citric Acid    0.15
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (30%)    3.3
Castor Oil    0.5
Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride    0.3
Preservatives    0.5
Tetrasodium Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic Acid (39%)    0.08
Sodium Chloride    0.01
Fragrance    q.s.
Water    q.s. 100
(3), Conditioning shampoo (US 5,456,863)
Dimethyl Stearamidopropyl[(2-Pyrrolidonyl)methyl]ammonium Chloride    0.5
Glycerin    1.25
Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose    0.7
Dimethicone    3.25
Magnesium Lauryl Sulfate (30%)    5.35
Cocamide DEA    4.0
Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate (40%)    7.5
Deionized Water    q.s. 100
Other formulations of this patent may also be found in “Ammonium Dodecyl Ammonium Sulfate”.
Patents similar to this patent include: United States Patent 5,358,667 Conditioning shampoo composition and method of preparing and using the same; United States Patent 5,275,761 Conditioning shampoo composition and method of preparing and using the same, etc.
(4), Clear soap bar (US 6,362,145)
A:
Propylene Glycol    200g
Myristic Acid    60g
Water    27g
Sorbitol (70%)    150g
Glycerin    135g
Stearic Acid    130g
SLES (60%, w/EtOH)    175g
Preparation Process: Operate the stirrer on high and heat the flask to 59.degree. C. When the acids are molten, begin a very slow/dropwise addition of 60 grams of sodium hydroxide (50%), to control the exotherm during saponification at or below 70.degree. C. Mix well at this temperature until homogeneous (approximately 30 minutes), then add 50 grams of SCI 85 powder and stir approximately 30 minutes until mixture is clear at 70.degree. C. Add 10 grams of TEA and stir 60 minutes. Turn off stirrer and let air rise to the top of flask (about 30 minutes), then pour into bar molds at 70.degree. C. Allow bars to cool undisturbed. When cooled, remove the bars from molds and wrap. The resulting cooled bars were not clear but also were not 100% opaque.
3. Household detergents
Main ingredient or auxiliary ingredient for cleansing agent, foaming agent in laundry detergent, hard surface detergent (for example: glass detergent) and other household products.
Particularly, suitable for the preparation of high bubble and light-duty detergents.
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