My watch list
my.chemeurope.com  
Login  

Detergents

Companies Detergents

Molekula GmbH, Germany

Molekula is a leading chemical supplier offering research chemicals and biochemicals sourced from production sites across the globe. Our clients ranging from university labs to big industrial players. With offices in the UK, USA, China, Germany and Italy, our global insight into the market keeps us more

Products Detergents

Alkaline detergent for the automated cleaning of laboratory glassware - liquid concentrate

Universal application ✓ High cleaning performance ✓ High dirt carrying capacity ✓ more

Acidic neutralising agent and detergent based on organic acids

Reliably removes acid-soluble residues during pre-cleaning ✓ Excellent material compatibility ✓ Neutralises alkaline residues from the main cleaning step during automated reprocessing more

Services Detergents

Fragrances, adhesives, self-healing - microcapsules fulfill many tasks

Microencapsulation covers a wide range of applications that we cannot always see at first glance in everyday life more

News Detergents

  • A splash of detergent makes catalytic compounds more powerful

    Researcher David Rosenberg examines images of a white powder under a powerful scanning electron microscope. Up close, the powder looks like coarse gravel, a heap of similar but irregular chunks. Then he looks at a second image — the same material produced by colleague Hongyou Fan instead of purchase more

  • Multiresponsive nanosurfactant constructs tiny chemical factory

    When people hear of surfactants, they normally think of a static chemical compound used to stabilize droplets in the manufacture of soaps, detergents, or paints. Research has shown that active forms of surfactants can respond to individual external stimuli, but what if it could interact with more th more

  • Microplastics from the washing machine

    The presence of microplastics in our wastewater can be attributed primarily to two factors. Firstly, many cosmetic products, such as toothpaste, creams, shower gels, and peelings, contain tiny pieces of plastic in order to achieve a mechanical cleaning effect. Secondly, microplastics are washed out more

All news on detergents

Videos Detergents

Multiresponsive nanosurfactant integrates functions of molecular surfactants

(0:00) Droplets coated with nanosurfactants are hit with a laser which clumps the droplets into a two-dimensional hexagonal structure and rotates them much like gears. (0:17) Droplets are randomly distributed and then a laser is turned on which attracts them together into a bilayer aggregate. Up ... more

Alkaline detergent for the automated cleaning of laboratory glassware - liquid concentrate

neodisher LaboClean FLA is an universal alkaline detergent for the automated cleaning of laboratory glassware in medical, biological, microbiological and chemical laboratories, water laboratories as well as laboratories in the phosphate, food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, mineral oil industry and othe more

Acidic neutralising agent and detergent based on organic acids

neodisher Z is an acidic neutralising agent and detergent for the automated reprocessing of instruments and laboratory glassware. Free of phosphates, phosphoric acid, nitrogen compounds and surfactants, therefore no disturbing influence on analytical test methods. more

White papers Detergents

Infographics Detergents

The Chemistry of Stain Removal

Stains on clothes can be a pain to shift – luckily chemistry is on hand to help out! A range of different molecules are present in stain removers and detergents to help shift grease and dirt, and they can work in different ways. This graphic takes a look at how we can categorise different types of s more

Publications Detergents

All publications on detergents

q&more articles Detergents

  • Where theory and practice come together

    The question should not be why is the pharmaceutical industry beginning to engage in continuous manufacturing (CM), but rather “what took so long?” Essentially every other industry has been producing materials continuously for decades. Henry Ford began using the assembly line on December 1st, 1913, so why not drug products? Well, drugs aren’t cars, they are made of chemicals. more

Definition

Detergent

Detergent s are just one of many possible uses for detergents Detergent is a compound , or a mixture of compounds, intended to assist cleaning . The term is often used to differentiate between soap and other chemical surfactant s used for clean ... more

Watchlist

This is where you can add this topic to your personal favourites

Your browser is not current. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 does not support some functions on Chemie.DE