Surfactants: Sulfoacetates

We generally find the sulfoacetates as sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (SLSa), which is found in powder or flake form. It is created by the esterification of sulfoacetic acid. It is milder than than the ethoxylated alcohol sulfates (like SLeS) and stable in hard water. The flakes or white powder have about 65% active SLSa with a…

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