Preparation and surface properties of new sulfosuccinic derivatives of fatty polyglycerol esters.

Citation:

M FRIEDMAN and N Garti. 1989. “Preparation and surface properties of new sulfosuccinic derivatives of fatty polyglycerol esters.” Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 10, 3, Pp. 285–306.

Abstract:

Oligomeric polyglycerol was esterified with C12-16 fatty acids and then maleated. The maleates were sulfonated with Na2SO3 to give anionic sulfosuccinate surfactants. Higher crit. micelle concn. (CMC) and better foaming performance but lower wetting power were obtained by increasing the hydrophilic chain length to d.p 6; above this length the opposite trend was noted. A linear relation between hydrophobic chain length and log(CMC) was obsd. Optimization of surface properties could be obtained by regulating the maleation conditions. [on SciFinder(R)]
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