Chemistry of carbon compounds – Miscellaneous organic carbon compounds – C-metal
81156, 252 88, 252117, 427394, 424 70, C09F 500
Highly useful amidoamine oxides are provided which are derived from polymeric fatty acids, particularly, dimer and trimer acids obtained by the polymerization of C.sub.18 unsaturated monocarboxylic acids. Aqueous solutions and dispersions of the amidoamine oxides of this invention can be used in a variety of formulations to impart desirable properties. They are particularly advantageous for use in cleaning formulations and shampoo products and when included in anionic and cationic laundry detergents have been found to soften the laundered articles.
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Kinsman Donald V.
Luken, Jr. Clement H.
Emery Industries Inc.
Niebling John F.
Tremain Kenneth D.
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