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    Surfactant

    Surfactant refers to the addition of a small amount of substance that can make the interface state of the solution system change significantly. Surfactants are divided into ionic surfactants (including cationic surfactants and anionic surfactants), nonionic surfactants, amphoteric surfactants, compound surfactants, other surfactants, etc. "Surfactant" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for surfactants.

    Amphoteric Surfactants

    Amphoteric surfactants are surfactants that contain both anionic hydrophilic groups and cationic hydrophilic groups in the same molecule. Amphoteric surfactants usually have good washing, dispersing, emulsifying, sterilizing, soft fiber and antistatic properties, and can be used as fabric finishing aids, dyeing aids, calcium soap dispersants, dry cleaning surfactants and metal corrosion inhibitor Wait. However, the price of this type of surfactant is more expensive, and the practical application range is smaller than other types of surfactants. "Amphoteric Surfactants" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for amphoteric surfactants.

    Industrial Surfactant

    Industrial surfactant refers to a functional surfactant monomer used in industry. It is a scientific and organic combination of various functional surfactant monomers used in industry, and is used as an auxiliary in the process of various fields of industrial production. "Industrial Surfactant" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for industrial surfactants.

    Antistatic Agents

    Antistatic agents are a type of additives added to plastics or applied to the surface of molded products to reduce the accumulation of static electricity. According to different usages, there are two types of surface-active antistatic agents, namely, external and internal, external, or local antistatic agents are applied to the surface of the polymer by spraying, rubbing, or dipping. Surface active antistatic agents can be divided into cationic, anionic and nonionic. "Antistatic Agents" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for antistatic agents.

    Cationic Surfactants

    Cationic surfactants are mainly nitrogen-containing organic amine derivatives. They only have good surface activity in acidic media; they tend to precipitate out and lose surface activity in alkaline media. Because its main uses are special uses such as bactericides, fiber softeners and antistatic agents, it is used in relatively small amounts compared to anionic and nonionic surfactants. "Cationic Surfactants" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for cationic surfactants.
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