Cleaning Agents

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  • Investigating the Effect ofTeeth Cleaning Agents on the Growth of Bacteria

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    Investigating the Effect of Different Teeth Cleaning Agents on the Growth of Bacteria On account of the price and variety of tooth cleaning agents available on the market, an investigation was conducted into the effect of different tooth cleaning agents containing different ingredients on the growth of teeth bacteria. The tooth cleaning agents tested were Colgate total antibacterial toothpaste with Triclosan (3 pence/ml), Boots non fluoride toothpaste (less than a penny/ml), Dental care baking

  • Importance Of Cleaning

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    cost of cleaning is spent on cleaning equipment and agents (the rest being labour). But these play a major role in the cleaning process. The housekeeping should endeavour to provision those equipment and agents which make cleaning process easier for staff , save time and obtain a satisfactory result. OBJECTIVE 1. TO STUDY ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF CLEANING AGENTS. 2. TO STUDY ABOUT CLEANING AGENTS WHICH ARE MORE EFFECTIVE 3. TO STUDY ABOUT THE PRICE OF CLEANING AGENTS 4. TO

  • Essay On Surfactants

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    The main ingredient in cleaning agents are chemicals called surfactants. It is made from the words surface active agents. Surfactants have a nonpolar end and a polar end, otherwise known as the hydrophobic end and hydrophilic end respectively. The hydrophobic end bonds with oily particles while the hydrophilic end bonds with water particles. When water and detergent are mixed together, they cluster and form molecules called micelles. (Reckitt Benckiser, 2012) When the micelles encounter oil particles

  • Clorox Is Very Effective on Bacteria

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    estimated 30 percent to 50 percent of Europe's 14th century population" ;this is means that half the population perished due to diseases .These lives could have been saved if the standard of living was improved ,sanitation and the use of anti bacterial agents(bacteria killing products) were added to everyday life. thanks to Anton van leeuwenhoek who in July 16,1675 discovered a universe of single-celled microorganisms which is known now has bacteria. Using his single lens microscope he examined rain

  • What is Cocamidopropyl Betaine

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    Cocamidopropyl Betaine is an ingredient synthesized from coconut milk most commonly found in cleaning solutions and appliances as a source of foam booster. Perhaps the most frequent use of Cocamidopropyl Betaine is shampoo, giving it the extreme capability to bubble and foam. Since many cleaning products result in the production of foam, they include Cocamidopropyl Betaine. More recent products have started to find alternative foaming compounds, but Cocamidopropyl Betaine still remains the most widely

  • The Effects of Different Disinfectants on Bacteria

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    most popular cleaning brands are living up to what they say. Scientists should know if the harsh chemicals being uses are working or are just causing problems. They need to know if another approach needs to be taken in the cleaning industry. In order to understand how these two products work, one has to understand what is inside each product and what each chemical’s function is in the germ killing process. One product in Clorox wipes is water. Water is basically the base for cleaning products. It

  • Chemistry-soaps And Detergents

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    Cleaning 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 much longer history

  • Acids And Bases Essay

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    oils, and seeds which are neutral on the scale (Andrews). When you consider acids and bases in food, look at the ph and how it will affect your diet. Consumer products include food products, but there is a lot more that falls into that category. Cleaning products or cosmetics or acid-base reactions in agricultural processes, just to name a few (Dimaano). In cosmetics, there are many chemicals, such as esters, which is alcohol with various acids at the base of lipsticks to give it a smooth consistency

  • Labour Conditions in Hong Kong

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    annual leave. While the government has moved towards a five day working week the majority of employers were making no moves to change from the current system of five and a half days work a week. Orientation for a reservation Agent The orientation for a reservation agent will take 2 days. The first day At 9 o’clock arrival of the new employees and they are greeting by the human resource development, in a meeting room. 9:00 to 10:00, the hotel standards will be explain such as values, visions

  • How to Wash Your Car at Home

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    you need assembled and organized, you can begin your project. You may want to begin by cleaning the wheels and tires. If you clean those parts first, you can prevent the dirt that accumulates in those areas from interfering with the cleaning of the other parts of the car. Because tires may spin fairly easily when they are being cleaned, dirt can fly off of them and onto the other parts of the vehicle, so cleaning the wheels and tires first is a sensible strategy. To clean them, you can use a spray