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About Fatty Alcohol Ethoxylate:
In general, fatty alcohols are ethoxylated to produce Fatty Alcohol Ethoxylates (FAE's), which are a common form of non-ionic surfactant such as octaethylene glycol monododecyl ether. Alcohol ethoxylates are a class of compounds. They are a major part of many industrial practices and the commercial market, as well. Because of the basic structure of ethoxylated alcohols that pair a hydrophobic portion (water-hating) with a hydrophilic component (water-loving), they are considered a versatile class of compounds, commonly referred to as surfactants. Ethoxylated alcohols can vary widely in their properties and applications depending upon fatty alcohols, which can vary in their structures and lengths.
Industrial ethoxylation is the most common method to produce fatty alcohol ethoxylates (FAE’s) and is commonly performed upon fatty alcohols. FAE’s can be obtained by hydroformylation in the Shell higher Olefin process , or by hydrogenation of fatty acids from seed oils. This reaction is then proceeded by passing ethylene oxide through alcohol at 180oC, with the catalyst as potassium hydroxide (KOH). This reaction is highly exothermic and requires a careful control.
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