Methyl Ester Isolation And Its Modification To Increase The Usability As Cleaning Agents

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Volume-67 Issue-10
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Madhura Bhalerao, Dr. Vijay Y Karadbhajne
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V67I10P208

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MLA Style: Madhura Bhalerao, Dr. Vijay Y Karadbhajne  "Methyl Ester Isolation And Its Modification To Increase The Usability As Cleaning Agents" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.10 (2019):43-47  

APA Style: Madhura Bhalerao, Dr. Vijay Y Karadbhajne. Methyl Ester Isolation And Its Modification To Increase The Usability As Cleaning Agents  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(10),43-47.

Abstract
Evolution of Polymeric Surfactants has been started since many years. Application of polymeric surfactants into various fields has increased and mainly used into formulation of paints and cleaning agents which basically replaces the petroleum origin raw materials used in its synthesis. The current research work research work focuses on synthesis of polymeric surfactantusing vegetable oil.Vegetable oil is converted into methyl ester and further copolymerised with Maleic and Pthalic Anhydride to give modified methyl Ester. This polymeric surfactants has further been used for formulation of powder and liquid detergents.

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Keywords
copolymerisation , polymeric surfactants , modification , surfactants.