Surfactants: Alkyl sulfates

Alkyl sulfates are probably the most maligned of the surfactants. They are organic esters of sulfuric acid created by sulfation of a fatty alcohol chain that vary according to the number of carbons in that hydrocarbon chain. (For instance, if you were sulfating lauric acid, you’d have a carbon chain of 12 carbons. If you…

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