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Introduction to sodium Stearate Sodium Octadecanoic, or stearate, is a generic term for sodium octadecanoic. The chemical formula of sodium octadecanoic (C17H35COONa) is C17H35COONa. This organic substance has a white oily texture and a slight smell. It is created by the interaction between octadecanoic acids and sodium hydroxide. It’s used to make toothpaste, as well as a waterproofing and plastic stabilizing agent. Sodium Myristate also comes in an ultra-fine, white powder that has excellent lubricating properties, and is dispersing as well.
Is sodium Stearate harmful to skin?
Although sodium stearate has been synthesized, it is not made from petroleum. Nor is it produced in a repeatable process. It can be made using natural oils in a simple way. Natural fats, whether from plants or animals, contain a high amount of stearic. This means that they only need to be heated to a certain temperature in order to separate out the stearic component. Stearic acid is the same as stearic combined with sodium. The sodium fatty acid, which is also non-toxic and safe, can also be used safely in a variety of daily chemical products. The main component of soap is sodium-stearate. It’s safe for the skin. It is an essential surfactant, which can bind the oil on the top of the skin to dissolve in water.
Many experiments and years of experience have proven its safety. It is important to know that because this ingredient has an improved degreasing action, people with dry or sensitive skin may experience a worsening of their skin’s dryness.
What is sodium stearate used for?
Sodium stearate, a material widely used, can be used to emulsify, disperse, gel, stabilize, adhere, and regulate viscosity. It is the primary ingredient of soaps, cosmetics, and food additives.
Use sodium stearate to make anticorrosive coatings
A paint that is anticorrosive and contains a modifier based on sodium stearate/methoxyfatty acid amide. The paint is composed mainly of zinc powder, inorganic silicate sodium, silicone acryl emulsion and sodium stearate.
Zinc powder can be improved by adding sodium stearate. This will increase the thixotropic network structure and reduce the sedimentation. Add sodium methoxyfatty acid amidobenzene to the system in order for it to have better solubilization. The prepared paint is stable and has a high application value.
Hydrotalcite may be modified by using sodium stearate
Modification of magnesium-aluminum-carbonate hydrotalcite (MgAl-CO3 -LDHs) was achieved using sodium stearate. The modification process was examined in relation to the thermal stability and durability of polyvinylchloride. Characterization of hydrotalcite using XRD (X-ray Diffractometer), Fourier Infrared Spectroscopy FTIR, Scanning Electron Microscope SEM was performed.
The results showed that sodium-stearate was not able to change the structure of the hydrotalcite layer, but it was able to modify the hydrotalcite wet cakes. This improved the thermal stability, as well as the effect of PVC. Initial coloration does not have a great effect on PVC thermal stability, but it can increase the static thermal ageing time by 57.1%.
Is sodium stearate natural?
It is not a naturally occurring component but it is made from stearic. Stearic acid, which is a saturated fatty acids, can be produced from rapeseed oils, palm oils, sunflower oil and rapeseed oils. It can be made from.
Where is sodium Stearate found
This white solid is commonly known as soap. This soapy white solid is most commonly used. This substance is found in many different types of deodorants as well as rubbers, paints, and inks. It is also used in food additives and flavoring agents.
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