Soap, water and oil are all made up of molecules. Some molecules are
hydrophillic, (hydro=water and philic=loving) these molecules are attracted to
Have you ever wondered how soap cleans? Here's an explanation of how soap
works and an introduction to saponification, surfactants and emulsifiers.
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Jul 16, 2015 ... A simple explanation of soaps and detergents, what they are, and ... How
surfactants work. You might think water gets you wet—and it does.
A look at how soap is made with the science of Chemistry. ... You can see surface
tension at work by placing a drop of water onto a counter top. The drop will hold
its shape and will not ... Soap film does not rinse away easily. It tends to remain ...
Jun 21, 2012 ... Many of us wash our hands with soap and water, but how much work is the soap
Jan 8, 2015 ... So how does the soap actually work to remove the offending microbes if it doesn't
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Soaps are cleaning agents that are usually made by reacting alkali (e.g., sodium
... Surfactants work by reducing the surface tension of water, allowing the water ...
Oil and water don't normally mix. When you get grease or oil on your hands, it is
not easy to wash them off with water alone. This is because water molecules ...