Sodium Lauryl Sulphate

Sodium Lauryl Sulphate

85 USD ($)/Ton

Product Details:

  • Molecular Weight 288.372 g/mol Grams (g)
  • Density 1.01 g/cm³ Gram per cubic centimeter(g/cm3)
  • Grade Industrial grade
  • Purity 99.5%
  • Poisonous NO
  • Ph Level 7.5 - 8.5
  • Melting Point 206 °C
  • Supply Ability : 25000 Ton Per Month
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Price And Quantity

  • 85 USD ($)/Ton
  • 25 Ton
  • 50.00 - 150.00 USD ($)/Ton

Product Specifications

  • Industrial grade
  • 1.01 g/cm³ Gram per cubic centimeter(g/cm3)
  • 288.372 g/mol Grams (g)
  • other
  • white or cream-colored solid
  • Room Temperature
  • Water
  • 9004-82-4
  • Powder
  • NO
  • 206 °C
  • 7.5 - 8.5
  • 99.5%

Trade Information

  • Cash Advance (CA)
  • 25000 Ton Per Month
  • 7 Week
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

SLES is prepared by ethoxylation of dodecyl alcohol, which is produced industrially from palm kernel oil or coconut oil. The resulting ethoxylate is converted to a half ester of sulfuric acid, which is neutralized by conversion to the sodium salt.[1] The related surfactant sodium lauryl sulfate (also known as sodium dodecyl sulfate or SDS) is produced similarly, but without the ethoxylation step. SLS and ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS) are commonly used alternatives to SLES in consumer products

Some products containing SLES contain traces (up to 300 ppm) of 1,4-dioxane, which is formed as a by-product during the ethoxylation step of its production. 1,4-Dioxane is classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as a Group 2B carcinogen: possibly carcinogenic to humans. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends that these levels be monitored,[8] and encourages manufacturers to remove 1,4-dioxane, though it is not required by federal law.[


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