What Is Foaming Capacity of Soaps?

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The foaming capacity of soaps is a measurement of the volume of suds that is created by a particular amount of soap within a particular amount of water or other liquid. This is often calculated when creating laundry soaps. This way, the directions can instruct the user to use a portion of soap that will clean the clothes without overflowing onto the floor.
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Test Tube no. Vol. of soap solution. Vol. of water added. Time taken for disappearance of 2mm. 1. Dove. 8ml. 16ml. 11'42" 2. Lux. 8ml. 16ml. 3'28" 3. Tetmosol. 8ml. 16ml
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Hand soap bottles usually have a pump at the top and do not drip. Foaming hand soap bottles are similar, but the pump at the top not only dispenses the liquid soap, it aerates it
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All you need is a supply of water (deionized or distilled is best) soap and/or detergent samples, and any sort of see through cylinder (test tubes to 2 liter bottles) Do trial runs
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Soap molecules are party people, too - but they're not like water molecules, they like to mingle. On one end, they're attracted to water. But the other end is attracted to air and
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