Bubble Trouble: No more shampoo goo, via a nifty biobased chemical technology

A new chemical process to combine fatty acids from soybeans or coconut and sugar-derived rings from corn to make a renewable soap molecule called Oleo-Furan-Surfactant

If you find yourself among the 79 percent of people who “agree that they consider themselves an environmentally conscious person,”…

Full text: http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2016/12/27/bubble-trouble-no-more-shampoo-goo-via-a-nifty-biobased-chemical-technology/


Biofuels Digest, 2016-12-27.


University of Delaware


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