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Dictionary of surface active agents, cosmetics, and toiletries

G. CarrieМЂre

Dictionary of surface active agents, cosmetics, and toiletries

English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Polish

by G. CarrieМЂre

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Published by Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surface active agents -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot.,
  • Cosmetics -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot.,
  • Toilet preparations -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot.,
  • Dictionaries, Polyglot.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    Other titlesDictionary of surface active agents, cosmetics, and toiletries.
    Statementby G. Carrière ; [the Polish equivalents and definitions have been added by P. Kikolski].
    ContributionsKikolski, P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP994 .C37 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination198 p. ;
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4541754M
    ISBN 100444998098
    LC Control Number77008552

    Surfactant encyclopedia by Martin M. Rieger, , Allured Pub. Corp. edition, in English - 2nd ed. The book Technology of Textile Chemicals with formulations covers Technology of Fabric Manufacture, Agents for Textile Printing Binders, Scouring, Surfactants, Surface Active Compounds as Basic Components, Thickening Agent for Textile Material, Thickening Agent Based on Tamarind Seed Gum, Aloe Vera Gel based Thickening Agent, Bleaching.

      Books; Lifestyle. All Lifestyle cosmetics and toiletries have agreed to pay fines after admitting to price fixing and dividing markets. (surface active agents) are one of many different.   We have investigated a group of surface active chemicals with potential to disrupt insect cuticular lipids in treating head louse infestation. We found that 1,2-octandiol, which is commonly used in cosmetics and toiletries as a wetting and spreading agent, had the greatest overall activity.

    Cosmetics & Toiletries (5), () pharmaceutical and cosmetic active agents: Fragrances, vitamins and hormones - the ABC of terpenes: From biochemistry - the ABC of steroids Corneotherapy - more than just a surface application: Specific active agents and bases in corneotherapy: Active agents: liposomes, nanoparticles & co. The market for all cosmetics and toiletries in the United States was $ billion in as reported by the Annual Survey of Manufactures conducted by the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Sun care products were a small part of a $ billion segment of toiletries, the Creams, Lotions, and Oils subdivision.


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Dictionary of surface active agents, cosmetics, and toiletries by G. CarrieМЂre Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dictionary of Surface Active Agents/ Cosmetics & Toiletries [Carriere, G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dictionary of Surface Active Agents/ Cosmetics & Toiletries Skip to main content. Get this from a library. Dictionary of surface active agents, cosmetics, and toiletries: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Polish.

[G Carrière; P. Surfactants Europa 3rd Edition provides easy access to current product information on surface active agents (surfactants) manufactured and sold in Europe. It contains valuable data on approximately 9, trade names from more than 80 suppliers, including chemical description and composition, general property, application and manufacturer s: 1.

Surface Activity presents conventional and potential applications, and proposes creative and original ideas Dictionary of surface active agents future research and development for consumer products such as detergents, toiletries and cosmetics.

The book also discusses potential applications for lypotropic liquid crystals, new drug delivery systems, molecular electronics, and environmental concerns. "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.".

The newest edition of the Cosmetics Toiletries and Fragrance Association (CTFA) Dictionary displays more t raw materials and the list continues to increase with every year hundreds of new ingredients being added.

The cosmetic chemistry has encompasses a vast area of study and one such is Herbal Cosmetics. The World Book Dictionary. 2 vol. World Book-Childcraft International, [Previous editions published as The World-Book Encyclopedia Dictionary.] Ben-Abba, Dov, ed.

Dictionary of surface active agents Agent: these agents are usually added as adjuvants to the conditioning agents.

They improv e the conditioning property. Addition of these agents also imparts brightness to. surface active agent, etc., is impor tant to provide for a stab le formulation, and pr oper vehicle selection is also critical for the proper activity.

Another futuristic approach to. AMENDMENT NO. 5 JUNE TO IS METHODS OF SAMPLING AND TEST FOR SOAPS (Second Revision) (P clause ) — Substitute the following for the existing clause: Method for Routine Analysis of Rosin Acids General — Applicable to fatty matter containing not more than 15 percent rosin acids.

Apparatus Conical flask, ml, of chemically resistant. Cationic surfactants are not contained in usual cleaning products but are the active agents in fabric softeners which represent an important group of detergent products.

Until the beginning of s, di-tallow dimethyl ammonium chloride (DTDMAC) had represented the most important cationic softener which exhibited a poor biodegradability connected with a relatively high ecotoxicity in standard tests.

The book contains the formulae of diverse types of soaps, detergents (cake, powder and liquid) toiletries, methodical testing method, quality control of complete products, packing criterion of cosmetics and toiletries along with project profiles, machinery photographs and addresses of raw material, plant and machinery suppliers.

Elsevier's Dictionary of Cosmetic Science: In English, German, French and Portuguese [Philippsborn, H.E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Elsevier's Dictionary of Cosmetic Science: In English, German, French and Portuguese. This chapter explains the principal raw materials used in cosmetics.

The principal raw materials used for manufacturing cosmetics are oily materials such as oils, fats, wax esters, and ester oils, and surface-active agents are used as emulsifiers, solubilizing agents, etc. Humectants, thickening agents, film formers as well as polymers are used as powders, ultraviolet absorbents, antioxidants.

Emulsifiers, being surface-active agents, lower surface and interfacial tensions and increase the tendency of their solution to spread. O/w emulsifying agents produce emulsions in which the continuous phase is hydrophilic; hence, such emulsions are generally dispersible in water and will conduct electricity.

Surfactants are surface active agents, molecules that have a significant role in emulsions, suspensions, and foams. They find widespread application in personal care, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals and the food industry.

Author by: Jürgen Falbe Languange: en Publisher by: Springer Science & Business Media Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 91 Total Download: File Size: 46,7 Mb Description: In to days market, custom formulated surfactants are offered for a wide range of need for surfactants in detergents, cleaning agents, cosmetics & toiletries is second only to an.

Active agents: liposomes, nanoparticles & co: Life can only exist in an atmosphere which provides protection against outside influences.

Thus, monocellular living organisms are protected by cell membranes whereas multicellular organisms are provided with an exterior skin whose outermost layer, the epidermis also has a membrane-like structure which together with its specific composition serves. Get this from a library. Elsevier's lexicon of detergents, cosmetics and toiletries.

[Gerardus Carrière;]. Author(s): Carrière,Gerardus Title(s): Elsevier's lexicon of detergents, cosmetics and toiletries/ by G. Carrière.

Part I: Detergents. English, French, Spanish. Surfactants are an essential ingredient for cosmetic, toiletries and personal care products for enhancing their performance. Dimeric surfactants demonstrate superiority compared to conventional surfactants in all areas of application. Dimeric surfactants are extremely promising for utilization in various cosmetic formulations viz.

shampoo, lotions, creams, conditioners etc.A review. Polymers represent the second largest class of ingredients in cosmetics and personal care products. A diverse range of polymers are applied in this segment as film formers, fixatives, rheol.

modifiers, associative thickeners, emulsifiers, stimuli-responsive agents, conditioners, foam stabilizers and destabilizers, skin-feel beneficial agents, and antimicrobials.The latest edition of the Cosmetics Toiletries and Fragrance Association (CTFA) Dictionary lists more t raw materials.

Every year hundreds of new ingredients are added to the list of those that have been used for centuries.