PEG C9-11 Alkyl ether carboxylic acid
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PEG C9-11 Alkyl ether carboxylic acid
C9-11 Pareth carboxylic acid
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-(carboxymethyl)-omega-hydroxy-, C9-11-alkyl ethers
Anionic surfactants-Carboxylate
Structural Formula
R: C9-11.
Appearance: pale yellow to yellow liquid to solid.
Solubility: slightly soluble to soluble in water.
Stability: stable. stable to acid, alkali, hard water.
Risk: irritation, low irritation to skin, eye.
Ecology: may be hazardous to environment. Water body should be given special attention.
Biodegradability: biodegradable.
Characteristics: excellent cleansing, solubilizing, dispersing, emulsifying, foaming, foam stabilizing, wetting, permeating abilities. resistance to high concentrations of alkali. resistance to oxidants. resistance to hard water. resistance to high temperature. mild surfactant, can reduce irritation of other surfactants. Under acidic conditions, does not affect cleansing, foaming effect. good compatibility. can be used with cationic surfactants.
Notes: can be used in children cleaning products.
Quality standards & test methods
physical and chemical indexes
test methods
88 type
solid, %, ≥
NaCl*, %, ≤
sodium chloroacetate*, ppm, ≤
pH (25℃, 1%)
*: apply to products with chloroacetic acid method.
Major Uses
Cleansing agent, emulsifying agent in personal care products. eg: shampoo, hand sanitizer.
Cleansing agent in household cleaning products. eg: soap.
Cleansing agent in industrial cleaning.
Cleansing agent, degreasing agent in textile, leather.
Cleansing agent, emulsifying agent in water-based metalworking fluids.
Used in preparation of carboxylic acid salts.
Use as wetting agent, permeating agent.
Use as solubilizing agent.
Product members
C9-11 Pareth-6 carboxylic acid
C9-11 Pareth-8 carboxylic acid
Update: 20131111(1);

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