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product name:

Decyl glucoside

cas No. :

58846-77-8/68515-73-1/141464-42-8/41444-55-7/54549-25-6/59947-99-8

MF :

C16H32O6

MW :

320.42

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Synonyms:

APG10;

APG0810;

APG0814;

Triton X 190;

Capryl glucoside;

Caprylyl glucoside;

Decyl D-glucoside;

Alkyl polyglucoside 0814;

Alkyl polyglucoside 0810;

1-decyl-D-glucopyranoside;

D-glucose decyl octyl ether;

N-decyl-b-D-glucopyranoside;

C8-10-alkyl glycosides oligomer;

Decyl beta-D-galactopyranoside;

Decyl-octyl glycosides oligomer;

N-decyl beta-D-glucopyranoside;

D-glucopyranose, oligomeric, decyl octyl glycosides;

D-glucopyranose, oligomeric, C8-16-alkyl glycosides

Molecular structure:

Properties

Item

Specifications

Results

Appearance

Light yellow transparent liquid

Conforms

Solid content

≥50%

50.3%

DP

1.2~1.4

Conforms

Residual alcohol

≤1%

0.3%

Ash

≤3%

1.8%

Viscosity

≥100mPa.s

150mPa.s

pH value

11.5~12.5

12

Conclusion

The results conforms with enterprise standards

 

What is decyl glucoside?

Decyl glucoside is a novel nonionic surfactant. Compared with other surfactants, decyl glucoside has properties such as stability, non-toxicity, solubility, biodegradability and low irritation to the skin. Decyl glucoside has many advantages such as high surface activity, high viscosity, rich foam, fine and stable. It can synergistic with other surfactants. Decyl glucoside can be used as detergent, various detergents, cosmetic surfactants, pharmaceutical additives and industrial emulsification agents.

Why choose decyl glucoside?

Decyl glucoside is a mild nonionic surfactant that is widely used in the production of baby shampoos and skin sensitive people. Decyl glucoside is used by many personal care companies because it is plant derived and is produced by the reaction of glucose from corn starch with a fatty alcohol sterol derived from coconut.

The history of decyl glucoside

The artificial synthesis of decyl glucoside began in 1893, when Emil Fischer of Germany first synthesized decyl glucoside with ethanol and glucose under the catalysis of hydrochloric acid. It was not until the late 1980s that decyl glucoside was industrialized. In 1978, Seppic of France built the world's first industrial plant. China's practical research on decyl glucoside began in the mid-1980s and applied for some patents, but the progress in industrial production has not progressed much. Tianjin Interface Research Institute has developed a method for directly synthesizing relatively pure decyl glucoside with excess sugar (target polymerization degree sugar) and fatty alcohol. The decyl glucoside concentration in the product is 85% to 90%, but it still needs to solve the industrialization problem.

Decyl glucoside production method

The synthesis methods of decyl glucoside are classified into Fischer method, Koenigs-Knorr method, tin tetrachloride method, Ferrier method, protective gene method, enzyme catalytic method, direct glycosidation method and indirect glycosidation method. At present, industrial synthetic decyl glucoside mainly uses direct glycosidation and glycol exchange methods.

Fischer method: Fischer synthesis method, which was introduced in 1909, generally refers to the condensation of monosaccharides or oligosaccharides with fatty alcohols in the presence of acidic catalysts to form alkyl glycosides.

The Koenigs-Knorr method: first reacts glucose with acetic anhydride to form glucose pentaacetyl ester, which is then converted to bromoglucose tetraacetate with hydrogen bromide. The reaction is hydrolyzed to give an alkyl glucoside. This method produces a trans-alkyl glucoside.

Tin tetrachloride method: first acetylate the hydroxyl group of glucose or other oligosaccharide with acetic anhydride and anhydrous sodium acetate, and then introduce the fatty alcohol into the terminal hydroxyl group of the sugar ring by means of tin tetrahalide in the presence of Lewis acid. Two kinds of conformational isomers of α and β, and then the acetylated alkyl sugar polyglycoside is hydrolyzed with methanol, and separated and purified to obtain an alkyl sugar polyglycoside.

Packaging

200kg/drum

Storage

Store in a dry, well-ventilated place away from direct sunlight.

COA, TDS,

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