Some people think it might be, but there is no real strong evidence of this. In high concentrations it's a skin and eye irritant in experimental animals; some humans have shown evidence of being susceptible to this after prolonged and repeated exposure. However, it seems to be milder than the related sodium lauryl sulfate, and is commonly found in shampoos and detergents.
Some products which contain SLES have been found to also contain 1,4-dioxane (note: despite the similarity in names, this is not the same thing as the "dioxin" in Agent Orange, which is 2,2',3,3'-tetrachlorodiphenyldioxin), and 1,4-dioxane is a suspected, though not proven, human carcinogen. It's suspected that the process used to make SLES also produces small quantities of the dioxane.
Sodium is the cation (+1 charge), sulfate is the anion (-2 charge) The chemical formula tells us there are two sodium ions (Na2) and one sulfate (SO4) ion.
chinesse ones (not verifying US regulation): WATER / WHITE OIL / GLYCEROL / SEBS/ PHENOXYETHANOL / DIAZOLIDINYL UREA / BRONOPOL / COLOR / SODIUM LAURETH SULPHATE
ok because ammonia us too weak a ligand to replace cyanide
Hi, KHSO4 is Potassium bisulfate.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potassium_bisulfateThe answer above is totally wrong. Where did you leave the Hydrogen in the formula?The name of the ionic compound KHSO4 is Potassium Hydrogen Sulfate.Abdellatif Rochdi.
There are 12 oxygen atoms in a molecule of aluminum sulfate. The formula for aluminum sulfate is Al2(SO4)3. This tells us there are 3 sulfate ions, each with 4 oxygen atoms per sulfate, so 3 * 4 = 12.== ==
Your hair loss is not related to the brand of shampoo that you are using. Shampoo companies would like us to believe that their products will guarantee beautiful and abundant hair, but actually shampoo does very little more than clean your hair, and all shampoos are based on exactly the same form of liquid soap (made from sodium lauryl sulfate and/or sodium laureth sulfate) and they all do the same thing. The innumberable additives which make each brand of shampoo unique generally do very little. There are emolients that make the hair softer, and perfumes which make the hair fragrant, and that is pretty much it. Nothing in shampoo will either cause your hair to fall out faster, or prevent it from falling out. Therefore, it doesn't really matter which shampoo you use. Use which ever you like.
Sulfate consists of 1 S, and 4 O and so has a charge of 2-. You can see this directly from the periodic table by checking what group these atoms are in. Sulfur and Oxygen are both in the 6th group, meaning they both have 6 valence electrons. So (6 electrons * 5 atoms) = 30 electrons. If we follow the octet rule (each atom must have 8 valence electrons for a full octet), then we need 2 more electrons. Sodium, Na, is in the 1st group on the periodic table, and therefore has 1 valence electron. So we need 2 sodium atoms, giving us the formula: Na2SO4 That is, 2 Na 1 S 4 O It's important to remember that when atoms 'share' their electrons by bonding, that BOTH atoms 'see' the electrons as theirs, meaning that, for example, although you may have 14 electrons between 2 atoms, as long as there is a single bond between the atoms they will both have full octets. For example: O2 :::O:O::: where : = pair of electrons.
Salt i think. =]
my understanding is Sulphate = UK English spelling & sulfate = US English spelling chemically the same similarly Sulphite = UK English spelling & sulfite = US English spelling chemcially the same. I hope that helps
1 dry US gallon of sodium bisulfite has 6,52 kg.
Nothing is bad about the US, except the illegal immigrant's.
The molar mass of sodium carbonate to the nearest gram is 105,99 g.