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SOAP INTRODUCTION * SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol * SOAP is a communication protocol * SOAP is for communication between applications * SOAP is a format for sending messages * SOAP communicates via Internet * SOAP is platform independent * SOAP is language independent * SOAP is based on XML * SOAP is simple and extensible * SOAP allows you to get around firewalls * SOAP is a W3C recommendation SOAP, originally defined as Simple Object...

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Bath Soap

REPELLANT BATH SOAP MAKING (Source: http://www.ehow.com/how_4443311_make-bug-repellent-body-soap.html) Instructions * 1 Gather all the materials and supplies you need so as to have them handy when you begin. Grate the Castile soap and set it aside. Grate it as fine as possible to help it dissolve faster. * 2 Pour the water into a saucepan and place it on the stove. Bring the water to a boil. Turn the heat down low and then pour your grated Castile soap into the saucepan. Stir...

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Soaps and Detergents

oap and detergent, soap [Credit: © Photos.com/Thinkstock]substances that, when dissolved in water, possess the ability to remove dirt from surfaces such as the human skin, textiles, and other solids. The seemingly simple process of cleaning a soiled surface is, in fact, complex and consists of the following physical-chemical steps: Wetting of the surface and, in the case of textiles, penetration of the fibre structure by wash liquor containing the detergent. Detergents (and other surface-active...

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History of Soaps

History of Cleansing Soaps Early History The earliest recorded evidence of the production of soap-like materials dates back to around 2800 BC in Ancient Babylon. In the reign of Nabonidus (556–539 BCE) a recipe for soap consisted of uhulu [ashes], cypress [oil] and sesame [seed oil] "for washing the stones for the servant girls". A formula for soap consisting of water alkali, and cassia oil was written on a Babylonian clay tablet around 2200 BC. The Ebers papyrus (Egypt, 1550 BC) indicates...

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Preparation and Properties of soap

Experiment 3: Preparation and Properties of Soap Objectives: i) To be able to prepare a soap starting with olive oil and animal lard. ii) To examine the chemical properties of the soap that is made. iii) To determine the theoretical yield and experimental yield of soap. Introduction: A soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Fatty acids are carboxylic acids with a long unbranced hydrocarbon (aliphatic) chains. It contains at least 12 carbons and a carboxylic acid group. Materials and Apparatus:...

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Soap Penetration in India

enitration Soaps The product categories can be classified into three segments; premium (Lux, Dove), popular (Nirma, Cinthol), and economy (Nirma Bath, Lifebuoy). The price differential between the premium and economy segments is about 2X. The popular and economy segments account for about 4/5ths of the entire market for soaps. • Penetration of toilet soaps is high at 88.6%. However per capita consumption levels remain low India's per capita consumption of soap at 460 gms per annum is lower...

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Saponification: Sodium Hydroxide and Soap

1. Functions of Soap Soap primarily serves as a dirt remover and a cleanser. It is used in bathing, cleaning, and also as a lubricant. Oil, grease, and other forms of dirt do not dissolve in water. Conversely, soap can suspend these in such a way that it can be discarded through its ability to act as an emulsifying agent. This emulsifying agent enables the dispersion of liquid into another immiscible liquid. In this manner, oil does not mix with water whereby able to induce dirt. 2. Raw materials...

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Chemistry-Soaps and Detergents

with soap and soapless detergents. Detergent comes from the Latin word detergere meaning to clean, it is defined as a cleansing agent. Therefore, water itself is a detergent. This essay looks at soap and soapless (or synthetic) detergents. Both substances we use everyday and have a big market commercially, they effect everyone. Soaps are made from natural products and soapless detergents are produced chemically, each having advantages and disadvantages. Soap has a...

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Chemistry of Soaps and Detergents

about detergents. Two types of detergents are used as cleansing agents. These are soaps and synthetic detergents. These improve cleansing properties of water. These help in removal of fats which bind other materials to the fabric or skin. Soaps Soaps are the detergents used since long. Soaps used for cleaning purpose are sodium or potassium salts of long chain fatty acids, e.g., stearic, oleic and palmitic acids. Soaps containing sodium salts are formed by heating fat (i.e., glyceryl ester of fatty...

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guava extract soap

problem. Natural compounds that are used for making soap are more appropriate than chemical-based products. I. Introduction II. Abstract III. Statement of the Problem This study determined the effectivity and practically of 4 Season Fruits in making a homemade facial soap. It sought to answer the following questions: IV. Hypothesis The researchers hypothesize that the product, Four seasons soap, can be a viable alternative to the ordinary facial soap in treating different types of skin problems including...

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