The purity of the same compound in solid, liquid or gas state varies greatly with the content of the compound. There is no doubt that different content of the compound will produce different effects in use. So, what's the difference between different potassium hydroxide dosages?
1. There is no difference. When you use 90%, 95% potassium hydroxide and when the difference or neutralization degree of different fatty acids is caused, soap has obvious characteristics (sodium potassium soap or soap) that is not very soluble in water. When you and a certain degree of fatty acid salts can analyze the fatty acids in the package, and can not continue to neutralize, it creates a different system. Physical state.
2. As for the concentration, that's the process; saponification is not up to standard, I can also understand that lack of motivation, neutralization and homogenization is not effective. If it is sticky, you will use less water, of course it will be thicker, if you want to add water, you can add water into it. You can adjust the concentration, formula and potassium content according to your needs. This effect is quite different from the carbon chain distribution of fatty acids.
3. We use 32% or 50% base to make soap in the laboratory. We made C1618 soap paste, thickened with powder.
The above differences in different degrees of potassium hydroxide in use can be seen, in fact, not very different, but it can also be found that it is different from the main neutralization degree of fatty acids, content, powder and other factors in the production process, because the production of different products, when the content of user requirements is different.