Systemic approach to design of liquid cleaning compositions and practical implementation of the method
The scientific basis of the development of liquid cleaning compositions is physicochemical analysis of multicomponent systems that comprise the major components of detergents. The method was implemented in Optimum software for the sulfirol-8–isobutanol–turpentine–water four-component system. After solubility in the system was studied, homogeneous mixtures were optimized by their physicochemical and functional properties (viscosity, density, refractive index, pH, detergency, and corrosion activity). The compositions having the highest detergency and neutral pH and not causing corrosion on titanium and aluminum alloys were selected and recommended for use as technical detergents.
Publisher URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0036023617100114
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