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New in Chemistry (page 21 of 23)
May 01, 2006 | 10:56 AM CDT
By: Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr., Siltech LLC
Understanding silicones requires understanding the three operations used to make them: construction, functionalization and derivatization. These operations are explained and illustrated, respectively, with dimethicone, PEG-8 dimethicone and dimethicone copolyol silicone esters. In addition, structure-function relationships are explained.
Apr 26, 2006 | 09:42 AM CDT
The following w/o lotion, created by Ken Klein, has numerous errors. Can you find them?
Apr 26, 2006 | 09:33 AM CDT
When describing fragrances, it is common to see references to the top, middle and bottom notes. Tony O’Lenick asked industry expert Steve Herman: What’s the difference?
Apr 21, 2006 | 10:26 AM CDT
By: M. Ferrari, College of Pharmacy and Biochemist…
Diagrams of the oil, surfactant and water at stepped proportions in ternary systems characterize the system’s cosmetic forms (emulsions, gels, dispersions), crystalline phases and stability in this study using two Brazilian oils.
Apr 10, 2006 | 03:38 PM CDT
Industry expert Ken Klein tests your formulating skills with this brain-teaser.
Apr 07, 2006 | 03:55 PM CDT
Industry expert Tony O’Lenick explains the difference between a sulfate and a sulfonate.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:29 PM CST
By: Charles Fox
Sakai et al. discuss the design of an emulsion film for highly moisturizing and occlusive functions.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:18 PM CST
A collection of the latest ingredients and mixtures launched in the industry is presented in this issue. Visit our home page to download the complete PDF!
Mar 24, 2006 | 02:45 PM CST
Ken Klein tests your formulating knowledge.
Mar 13, 2006 | 07:28 PM CST
Tony O’Lenick poses the question: What’s the difference between a matter and a mind claim? Industry expert Johann Wiechers explains...