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Optimization of an Alkylpolyglucoside-Based Dishwashing Detergent Formulation


The aim of this work was to formulate and optimize the washing performance of an alkylpolyglucoside-based dishwashing detergent. The liquid detergent was formulated with five ingredients of commercial origin: anionic (linear sodium alkylbenzenesulfonate and sodium laurylethersulfate), nonionic (C12–C14 alkylpolyglucoside) and zwitterionic (a fatty acid amide derivative with a betaine structure) surfactants, and NaCl for viscosity control. In addition to the plate test, other properties were investigated including ‘‘cloud point’’, viscosity, and emulsion stability. Statistical analysis software was used to generate a central composite experimental design. Then, a second order design and analysis of experiments approach, known as the Response Surface Methodology, was set up to investigate the effects of the five components of the formulation on the studied properties in the region covering plausible component ranges. The method proved to be efficient for locating the domains of concentrations where the desired properties were met.
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hal-03608076 , version 1 (14-03-2022)



I Bozetine, Toudert Ahmed-Zaïd, C.E. Chitour, Jean-Paul Canselier. Optimization of an Alkylpolyglucoside-Based Dishwashing Detergent Formulation. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, 2008, 1 (4), pp.299-305. ⟨10.1007/s11743-008-1089-z⟩. ⟨hal-03608076⟩
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