Oil industry waste as a basis for synthesis of new type surfactants
Klimkiewicz R, Grabowska H, Syper L
 
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Klimkiewicz R, Polish Acad Sci, W Trzebiatowski Inst Low Temp & Struct Res, Dept Catalysis, P 1410, PL-50950 Wroclaw 2, Poland
Polish Acad Sci, W Trzebiatowski Inst Low Temp & Struct Res, Dept Catalysis, PL-50950 Wroclaw 2, Poland
Wroclaw Tech Univ, Inst Organ Chem Biochem & Biotechnol, PL-50370 Wroclaw, Poland
 
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 2001;10(5):337–339
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This work presents a concept of waste technical fats processing into surfactants of gemini type based on the utilization of methyl esters of long chain fatty acids. The method of such esters ketonization has been elaborated upon. Ketones obtained in this way can be processed using reductive amination. Long chain amines can be used for the production of nonionic surfactants in the condensation with aldoses and hydrogenation or in condensation with oxidized sugars.
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