Soaps and Detergents
Soaps are more effective in hard water than detergents.
Detergents are more effective in hard water than soaps.
Detergents and soaps are equally effective.
The type of water doesn't affect the effectiveness of Detergents or soaps.
- washing liquid
- bleaching powder
- cheaper to make
- useful in hard water
Which of the following pairs are correct?
Soap - Ammonium or Sulphonate salts of long chain carboxylic acids,
Detergent - Sodium or Potassium salts of long-chain carboxylic acids
Detergent - Ammonium or Sodium salts of long chain Carboxylic acids,
Soap - Sodium or Sulphonate salts of long-chain Carboxylic acids
Detergent - Ammonium or Sulphonate salts of long chain Carboxylic acids,
Soap - Sodium or Potassium salts of long-chain Carboxylic acids
Detergents and soaps have the same salts
Detergents give scum with hard water.
- Carbon dioxide
- Sulphur dioxide
- Sodium hydroxide
Calcium and Magnesium salts
Sodium and Magnesium salts
Calcium and Sodium salts