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Sodium petroleum sulfonates

Sodium petroleum sulfonates Sodium petroleum sulfonates are widely used as the primary emulsifiers in formulating emulsifiable lubricating compositions used for cutting fluid, hydraulic fluids, metalworking lubricants, and the like. Sodium petroleum sulfonates application: It is widely used in the manufacture of Soluble Cutting Oils, Emulsifiers of Soluble Cutting Oils, Rust Preventives, Leather Chemicals, Fat Liquor, Metal Treatment Chemicals, Metal working fluid, Wiredrawing...

Effect of hydrocarbons on petroleum jelly

Effect of hydrocarbons on petroleum jelly Rubbing a byproduct of crude oil onto your skin isn’t the only concern when it comes to these products. Since petroleum jelly products (like Vaseline) sit on top of the skin and prevent moisture evaporation, the also prevent the skin from drawing moisture from the air. This results in trapped sebum and bacteria, preventing...

Liquid paraffin side effects

Liquid paraffin side effects As mentioned several times,liquid paraffin is laxative(used to treat constipation) To treat your condition effectually, continue takingliquid paraffin for as long as your doctor has prescribed. Drink plenty of fluids (at least 6-8 glasses) while taking liquid paraffin to prevent dehydration. Do not take liquid paraffin for more than a week as it might cause dependency...

Properties and features of polyethylene wax

Properties and features of polyethylene wax PE wax is derived from ethylene through a process called polymerization. Manufacturers alter the polymerization process to get a product with desired qualities. However, certain basic properties of the material are common for all PE wax.As a completely saturated ethylene homo polymer, polyethylene wax is linear and crystalline. That is why this material finds applications...

petroleum jelly for sunburn

Petroleum jelly for sunburn Skin Dryness – When the skin is sunburned, it loses moisture. Keeping the skin moisturized helps you to maintain smoother looking skin during the healing process when skin can appear flaky. For a mild burn, apply a gentle moisturizer to your skin, such as Petroleum jelly to hydrate, soothe, and lock in moisture. Petroleum jelly is...

Paraffin wax in histopathology

paraffin wax in histopathology Why is paraffin wax used in histology? What is the paraffin technique? In this technique, tissues are fixed, and embedded in wax. This makes the tissue hard, and much easier to cut sections from. The sections are then stained, and examined with the light microscope.

Paraffin Wax Application

Paraffin Wax Application Paraffin wax is a type of wax used for candles that can also be used to relieve pain from arthritis, sore joints or sore muscles. When the wax is melted and becomes hot, submerging your hands in the wax can be a great method to sooth pain. Paraffin wax is an at-home treatment that has been recommended...

Liquid paraffin food grade

Liquid paraffin food grade Liquid paraffin food grade is a fatty hydrocarbon compound that has applications in the pharmaceutical and food industries.Liquid paraffin food grade is a refined non-vegetable mineral oil produced in the petrochemical industry, which has a similar appearance to other oils, but its heat tolerance is high. Applications of Liquid paraffin food grade: To solve some digestive system problems,such...

Petroleum jelly,complications and risks

Petroleum jelly,complications and risks Purified forms of petroleum jelly do not contain dangerous ingredients. Vaseline is one of the most popular commercial forms of petroleum jelly, and according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), it has a low risk of exposing users to carcinogens and other dangerous ingredients. Unrefined petroleum jelly does contain some potentially dangerous contaminants. The EWG suggest that a...

Petroleum jelly,cosmetic applications

Petroleum jelly,cosmetic applications Relieve dry skin, including your lips and eyelids. Dry skin can flake, itch, crack and even bleed. Since ointments are more effective and less irritating than lotions, consider applying petroleum jelly to dry skin, including your lips and eyelids. The skin on your eyelids is the thinnest skin on the body and can get irritated easily. If your...