SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE

SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE = SLES = SODIUM LAURYL ETHER SULFATE = Sodium polyoxyethylene lauryl ether sulfate = Alkyl Ether Sulfate

SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE Production : 
1) Ethoxylation of C12/14 natural fatty alcohol with ethylene oxide
2) Sulphation with SO3 and neutralisation with NaOH.

Profile
Cleansing action and degreasing effect
SLES has a very good grease and soil dispersing capacity. Excellent cleansing action is achieved by combining this product with a strong wetting agent such as an alkylaryl sulphonate or a secondary alkane sulphonate.

Compatibility with other surfactants
SLES is miscible with anionic and nonionic surfactants. Shampoos with very good skin tolerability can be produced by combining SLES with mild Co-Surfactants. 
The feel, lustre and manageability of the hair are markedly improved. 
It is also possible to incorporate raw materials with pearl and silk lustre effects.

Foaming power
SLES is one of the most effective foaming agents. Especially in highly diluted aqueous solutions its foaming properties are unsurpassed. 
The foaming properties in hard water are particularly noteworthy because the hardness constituents of water are known to lower the foam volume and especially the foam stability of most known foaming agents.

Lime soap dispersing capacity
Because of its excellent lime soap dispersing capacity SLES is preferred for the manufacture of bub ble bath preparations. 
If the use in hard water is unavoidable in the manufacture of bubble bath preparations, a light film of dispersed lime soaps may form in the end product. 

Viscosity behaviour
One of the most remarkable characteristics of this type of surfactants is its rheological behaviour. 
Aqueous solutions of salt-free ether sulphates have only very low viscosity which strongly increases if a small amount of electrolyte is added. 
Alkylether sulphate solutions of 28 % strength and an initial viscosity of about 100 mPa s can be thickened to viscosity values of more than 200000 mPa s by an addition of about 5 % sodium chloride. 
With an addition of electrolytes aqueous solutions containing 10 % synthetic active agent attain viscosities of more than 20000 mPa s. 
This allows solutions with low synthetic active agent concentrations but having high viscosities to be produced. 
The increase in viscosity with increasing electrolyte concentration up to viscosity maximum is characteristic of the behaviour of ether sulphates. 
Further addition of electrolyte than results in a decrease in viscosity.

Storage
Because of its low viscosity SLES liquid is readily pumpable and can therefore be stored in tanks.
If the product is stored outside during the winter months it is possible that after repeated freezing an thawing-out a gelantinous phase will separate at the bottom of the barrel. 
After slightly heating and homogenisation the irreproachable quality is restored.

Application in Detergent Industry:
Hand dishwashing liquids, detergents for hand washing liquids, wool and fine-fabric washing detergents, wash pastes, hard surface cleaners and industrial cleaning agents.


SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE
Sodium Laureth Sulfate is a surfactant functioning both as a cleansing and emulsifying agent. It easily dissolved dirt and grease. Widely used in hair care products.
SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE is classified as :
Cleansing
Emulsifying
Foaming
Surfactant
CAS Number: 3088-31-1 / 9004-82-4 / 68891-38-3 / 1335-72-4 / 68585-34-2 / 91648-56-5
EINECS/ELINCS No: 221-416-0/ - / 500-234-8 / - / 500-223-8 / 293-918-8

Chem/IUPAC Name: Sodium 2-(2-dodecyloxyethoxy)ethyl sulphate

EC / List no.: 500-223-8
CAS no.: 68585-34-2
Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts


EC / List no.: 618-398-5
CAS no.: 9004-82-4
IUPAC name
α-Sulfo-ω-(dodecyloxy)-poly(oxyethane-1,2-diyl), sodium salt
Other names
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium laureth sulphate
Sodium lauryl ether sulphate


Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
EC / List no.: 500-234-8
CAS no.: 68891-38-3


Other names:Sodium Laureth Sulphate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate, Lauryl Ethoxy Sulphate

Sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES), also known as sodium laureth sulfate, is an anionic surfactant popularly used in detergents.
Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is an anionic surfactant, with excellent decontamination, emulsification, dispersion, wetting, solubilizing performance and foaming property.

Sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), an accepted contraction of sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES), is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products (soaps, shampoos, toothpaste, etc.). SLES is an inexpensive and very effective foaming agent.[1] SLES, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS), and sodium pareth sulfate are surfactants that are used in many cosmetic products for their cleaning and emulsifying properties. It is derived from palm kernel oil or coconut oil.

Its chemical formula is CH3(CH2)11(OCH2CH2)nOSO3Na. Sometimes the number represented by n is specified in the name, for example laureth-2 sulfate. The product is heterogeneous in the number of ethoxyl groups,where n is the mean. Laureth-3 sulfate is common in commercial products.


Sodium lauryl ether sulfate is gaining immense usability, owing to its good solvency, wide compatibility, thickening effect, high biodegradable, and anti-hard water ability. Moreover, its exceptional emulsification, decontamination, dispersion, solubilizing performance, and foaming attributes are bolstering its applicability in hand washing, shampoos, bubble bath liquids, and more.

The unique properties of sodium lauryl ether sulfate and its ease of formulation and production, coupled with its compatibility with all other types of surfactants has made SLES one of the most preferred primary surfactant for liquid detergents. Excellent cleaning properties and ease of application are driving the popularity of liquid detergents across the global market, further banking on the rising number of laundry services, particularly in developed countries, thus resulting in fruitful opportunities for the sodium lauryl ether sulfate market.


Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products, such as soaps, shampoos, toothpaste etc. 
It has excellent decontamination, dispersion, emulsification, wetting, solubilizing performance and foaming property. 
It also has good solvency, wide compatibility, thickening effect, anti-hard water and high biodegradable ability. 
It is low irritation to skin and eyes. It is widely used in liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent, shampoo, bubble bath liquid, hand washing etc. It can be used as lubricant, dyeing agent, cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent in textile, printing and dyeing industry, petroleum and leather industry. It is also used in many cosmetic products for their cleaning and emulsifying properties.

Based on applications, it is broadly categorized into detergents & cleaners, and personal care products apart from other uses such as medical, antimicrobial, and agricultural chemicals. 
Detergents & cleaners are the major application sector and generated more than $450 million for the overall sodium lauryl ether sulfate market share in 2015. 
Sodium laureth sulfate is an anionic surfactant with a strong amphiphilic base, making it compatible with both fat and water. 
The product is easily available and is a formidable stain remover, making it an accepted ingredient among detergent manufacturers.
 
Personal care products application segment accounted for more than a quarter of the global SLES market and it includes consumer products such as creams, lotions, soaps, shampoos, body washes, facial cleansers, toothpastes, etc. 
Superior foaming and lathering properties of the product, due to which it wets the body surface, emulsifies the oil, and solubilizes soil, will have a positive influence on the global SLES market in the coming years.


Production
SLES is prepared by ethoxylation of dodecyl alcohol, which is produced industrially from palm kernel oil or coconut oil. 
The resulting ethoxylate is converted to a half ester of sulfuric acid, which is neutralized by conversion to the sodium salt.
The related surfactant sodium lauryl sulfate (also known as sodium dodecyl sulfate or SDS) is produced similarly, but without the ethoxylation step. 
SLS and ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS) are commonly used alternatives to SLES in consumer products.

Safety
Tests in the US indicate that it is safe for consumer use. 
The Australian government's Department of Health and Ageing and its National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS) have determined SLES does not react with DNA.

Irritation
Like many other detergents, SLES is an irritant. It has also been shown that SLES causes eye or skin irritation in experiments conducted on animals and humans.
The related surfactant SLS is a known irritant

Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is an anionic surfactant, with excellent decontamination, emulsification, dispersion, wetting, solubilizing performance and foaming property. 
Benefits: Good solvency, thickening effect, wide compatibility, anti-hard water and high biodegradable ability. 
Widely used in liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent, shampoo, bubble bath liquid, hand washing etc. 
In washing powder and detergent for heavy dirty, using it to partially replace LABSA, phosphate can be saved or reduced, and general dosage of active matter is reduced. 
In textile, printing and dyeing industry, petroleum and leather industry, it can be used as lubricant, dyeing agent, cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent.

Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products, such as soaps, shampoos, toothpaste etc. It has excellent decontamination, dispersion, emulsification, wetting, solubilizing performance and foaming property. It also has good solvency, wide compatibility, thickening effect, anti-hard water and high biodegradable ability. It is low irritation to skin and eyes. It is widely used in liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent, shampoo, bubble bath liquid, hand washing etc. It can be used as lubricant, dyeing agent, cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent in textile, printing and dyeing industry, petroleum and leather industry. It is also used in many cosmetic products for their cleaning and emulsifying properties.

Categories: Cleansing Agents
Used primarily as a detergent cleansing agent. Can be derived from coconut. It’s considered gentle and effective as typically used in cosmetics products (typically facial or body cleansers and shampoos). Despite the name similarity, sodium laureth sulfate is NOT the same as sodium lauryl sulfate. The former is a milder cleansing agent due to a higher amount and different chemical structure of the fatty alcohols required to manufacture this cleansing agent. The safety of sodium laureth sulfate has been reviewed by numerous industry experts and deemed safe as used.

Sodium laureth sulfate is a white (sometimes yellowish) paste or liquid that's used as a detergent and surfactant in many personal care and cleaning products because of it's a very effective foaming agent.

Sodium lauryl ether sulphate (often contracted to sodium laureth sulfate) has a clear-to-yellow appearance, tending to be thick in texture.

It is commonly used in general cleaning products, soaps, shampoos, facial cleansers, body washes, bubble baths and toothpaste. It is popular for its cleansing, foaming and emulsifying properties, as well as for degreasing and thickening in industrial settings.


INCI Names: Sodium Laureth Sulfate

Functionality & Appearance:
Anionic Surfactant – There are effectively three main types of surfactants. Anionic surfactants have negatively charged heads which are commonly used for soaps.
Sodium lauryl ether sulphate (SLES) is an anionic surfactant found in many personal care and detergent products


Derived from natural fatty alcohols in a paste form, SLES 70 % thickens easily with salt and has good foaming characteristics making it useful for many applications in personal care.

SLES Applications for Detergents:
Dishwashing.
Hard Surface Cleaning.
Food and Beverage Processing.
Food Service and Kitchen Hygiene.
Commercial Laundry.
Institutional Cleaning and Sanitation.
Vehicle and Transportation Care.
Widely used in formulation of all ranges of Domestic Detergents Powder, Cake & Dish wash cleaners.
Formulation of Industrial
Household liquid cleaners
Washing powder
De-greaser of plating and leather making industry
Detergent of dishware


Application & Usage:
As an anionic surfactant in soaps, shampoos and toothpaste due to its cleansing and emulsifying properties.
Sodium ether sulphate is often used in laundry and hand dishwashing detergents. In addition, it can be found in cleansers, carpet cleaners
Grooming Products: SLES is used and widely accepted as grooming products such as lip balms, shampoos, makeup remover, concealer, foundation, shaving creams, facial cleansers, exfoliants, facial gel, and liquid hand soap.

Hair Products: SLES is also used as shampoos, hair gels, hair setting sprays, dandruff treatment, and conditioners.

Grooming Products: SLES is used and widely accepted as grooming products such as lip balms, shampoos, makeup remover, concealer, foundation, shaving creams, facial cleansers, exfoliants, facial gel, and liquid hand soap.

Hair Products: SLES is also used as shampoos, hair gels, hair setting sprays, dandruff treatment, and conditioners.

Dental Care Products: this is used in many dental care products like toothpaste, mouthwash, and tooth whitening products.


Use: Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products, such as soaps, shampoos, toothpaste etc. It has excellent decontamination, dispersion, emulsification, wetting, Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate is widely used in liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent, shampoo
Use: Primary surfactant for detergents and personal hygiene products
Use: Foaming agent and detergent for cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, Wetting agent for wettable powders
Use: Foaming agent for pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Use: Shampoo base with low irritation, good solubility, good hard water resistant, good foam ability. Provide a soft and moist hair after shampooing with this base.
Use: Foaming agent for pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, Base for liquid detergents and shampoos


SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE exhibits good skin & mucous membrane compatibility and a low degreasing effect. 
SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE shows hard water tolerance. 
SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE is used in bubble baths, shampoos, shower gels and special personal care products such as hand washing agents and face cleansers.

Chemical Name: Sodium polyoxyethylene lauryl ether sulfate
CAS: 68585-34-2
INCI Name
SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE
Appearance: Gel/Paste
Ionic type: anionic
Actual Matter (%): 70
Applications
Primary surfactant for detergents and personal hygiene products
Properties
Detergent & high foaming surfactant. Milder than Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and also more stable against hard water.

Sodium laureth sulfate is often used in laundry and hand dishwashing detergents. In addition, it can be found in cleansers, carpet cleaners, toilet cleaning products, stain and odor removers, all-purpose cleaners, etc.

Sodium laureth sulfate isn't just limited to cleaning uses, it can also be found in plenty of personal care products, such as shampoos, facial cleansers, make-up removers, soaps, body washes, bubble baths, and even toothpaste

SLES is an anionic surfactant that exhibits excellent wettability, solubility, foaming ability, and emulsifying property. It is extensively used in detergents and cleaners, personal care products, agrochemicals, antimicrobial, and medical chemicals.

SLES is a high active, flowable paste that can be used in detergents, dishwash, laundry, shampoos, bath products, liquid hand soap, and industrial cleaners, and is buffered with carbonate. This 70% active 2-mole sodium laureth sulfate is an excellent foamer regardless of water hardness and has low skin irritation properties. It can also be used as an additive and scouring agent in textile applications and in a variety of agricultural applications

SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE, 2 or 3 MOLES EO
Chemical Group: 
Alkyl Ether Sulfates
Sulfates
Functions: Dispersant, Emulsifier, Adjuvant, Foam Booster


Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate (SLES) is a surfactant widely used for the manufacture of cleaning products, soaps, shampoos and even toothpaste. 
Thanks to its capacity as a wetting agent and emulsifier, it is also used in the cosmetic and dermopharmaceutical industry.
Traditionally, SLES is supplied at 70% or 27%. 

Sodium laureth sulfate (sometimes referred to as SLES) is used in cosmetics as a detergent and also to make products bubble and foam. It is common in shampoos, shower gels and facial cleansers. It is also found in household cleaning products, like dish soap.


STRUCTURE OF SODIUM LAURETHER SULFATESODIUM LAURETH SULFAT
Lauryl is an early term for what is now called the dodecyl alkyl group, or n-C12H25. 
Ether refers to one or more ethylene oxide groups placed between the sulfate and lauryl moieties. 
So SLES is an oligomer that contains a few ethylene oxide linkages; the mean quantity is about 3.
SLES is the most common of a group of commercial sodium and ammonium alkyl and alkyl ether sulfates. It is an inexpensive surfactant that foams easily and is an excellent detergent. It’s essentially a synthetic soap.
The commercial product is an aqueous solution that contains 30–70 wt% of SLES. Its properties are similar to those of its non-ether cousin, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). Both are used extensively in household and industrial cleaners, as well as in personal care products.

What are Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate?
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are both surfactants.

Why are they used in cosmetics and personal care products?
Both SLS and SLES are very effective ingredients used in cleansing products and as creams and lotions. In this function, surfactants wet body surfaces, emulsify or solubilize oils, and suspend soil. These ingredients contribute foaming and lathering properties to cleansing products and bubble baths.


Are SLS and SLES safe for use in cosmetics and personal care products?
Both SLS and SLES are safe for use in cosmetic products. 
Both ingredients were reviewed in 1983 and re-reviewed in 2002 by the Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) Expert Panel and found to be safe for use in cosmetic and personal care products.
SLS and SLES can cause skin irritation in some persons, which is one reason why it is important to follow the label instructions when using a cosmetic product. 
Complete reports on both ingredients are available from CIR. Substances known to be carcinogenic have been classified and registered by several international organizations, such as the World Health Organization or the International Agency for the Research of Cancer as well as the US Environment Protection Agency and the European Union. None of these organizations have classified SLES and SLS as carcinogens. There is no direct or circumstantial evidence that these two ingredients have any carcinogenic potential. The studies that have been conducted on SLS and SLES indicate that both are safe under proper conditions of use.

It’s often confused with sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), but they are absolutely not the same. 
The SLES molecule has a bigger water-soluble head part that makes it milder and much less irritating. 
It is considered absolutely ok in the amount used in cosmetic products, though if you are looking for a mild facial cleanser, you have better chances with a formula without SLES. 
For an average shower gel? SLES works just fine.  


Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Ammonium Laureth Sulfate are used in cosmetic products as cleansing agents, emulsifiers, stabilizers, and solubilizers.

SLES and SLS are anionic surfactants with excellent foaming, detergency, wetting, and emulsifying properties. They are biodegradable ingredients widely used in personal care and household cleaning products, textiles and other industrial applications.

TEXAPON® N 70 is an Anionic Surfactant which is commonly used in personal care products. Being a surfactant, you will find TEXAPON® N 70 by BASF in products such as shampoos, skin cleansers as well as other shower and bath applications.


SLES is an anionic surfactant. It is water soluble. It has excellent foaming power and detergency property. It is also a very good emulsifier. It can be used with other anionic, non-ionic, or amphoteric surfactants. However, due to its anionic character, it should not be used with vationic components like cationic surfactants, cationic dyes, etc.


Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate is often used in laundry and hand dishwashing detergents.

Found in cleansers, carpet cleaners, toilet cleaning products, stain & odour removers and all-purpose cleaner

Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate chemical can be used as a lubricant, dyeing agent, cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent.

Various Personal Care products including soaps, shampoos, facial cleansers, make-up removers, soaps, body washes, bubble baths and toothpaste

Used in many cosmetic products for their cleansing and emulsifying properties


Synonyms:
     avirol 100E
     cycloryl NA
2-(    dodecyloxy)ethanol hydrogen sulfate sodium salt
2-(    dodecyloxy)ethyl sodium sulfate
     emal 170J
     emal 20C
     emal 227E
     emal 228D/JM
     emal 270D
     emal 270E
     emal 270J
     emal 327
     emal E-27C
     empimin KSN
     ethanol, 2-(dodecyloxy)-, hydrogen sulfate, sodium salt (1:1)
     etoxon EPA
     maprofix ES
     poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt
     poly(oxyethylene) lauryl ether sulfate sodium salt
     sodium 2-(dodecyloxy)ethyl sulfate
     sodium lauryl ether sulfate
     sodium lauryl ether sulphate
     sodium polyethoxyethyl dodecyl sulfate
     sodium;2-dodecoxyethyl sulfate

Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES) is a common surfactant used in many personal care and consumer products, usually as a 'gentler' alternative to the skin irritating sodium lauryl sulphate

EC / List no.: 500-223-8
CAS no.: 68585-34-2

Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts


IUPAC names
.alpha.-Alkyl (C10-16) .omega.-hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) sulfate, sodium salt
2-(2-dodecyloxyethoxy)ethyl sulphate
2-[bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]ethan-1-ol; 4-(tridecan-3-yl)benzene-1-sulfonic acid
2-[bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]ethanol; 4-tridecan-3-ylbenzenesulfonic acid
Alcohols, C10-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts 
alkyl C10-16 ether sulfate, sodium salt
Alkyl ether sulfate C10-16, sodium salt
linear alkybenzene sulphonic acid
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-hydroxy-, C10-16-alkyl ethers, sodium salts
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-sulfo-w-hydroxy-, C10-16-alkyl ethers, sodium salts
Polyethylene glycol mono-C10-16-alkyl ether sulfate sodium
Sel sodique du sulfate d'alkyle (C10-C16) éthoxylé
sodium 2-(2-dodecyloxyethoxy)ethyl sulphate
Sodium alkyl(C10-C16)ether sulphate
sodium alkylether sulphate
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
sodium lauryl ether sulfate
sodium lauryl ether sulphate
SODIUM LAURYL ETHOXYSULPHATE


EC / List no.: 618-398-5
CAS no.: 9004-82-4
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), α-sulfo-ω-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt (1:1)

IUPAC names
2-dodecoxyethyl hydrogen sulfate

Alkyl ether sulfate
Dodecan-1-ol, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (1 - 2.5 mol EO)
Dodecyloxypoly(ethyleneoxy) ethyl sulfate, sodium salt
Fatty Alcohols C12 C14 ethoxylated 3 EO sulfates, sodium salts
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt (2EO)
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-sulfo-w-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt (1:1)
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), α-sulfo-ω-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)-alpha-sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)-sodium salt
sodium 2 dodecoxyethyl sulfate
sodium 2-(2-dodecoxyethoxy)ethyl sulfate
Sodium 2-(dodecyloxy)ethyl sulfate
sodium alkoxy ethyl sulfate
Sodium dodecyl poly(oxyethylene) sulphate
Sodium dodecylpoly(oxyethylene) sulfate
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Sodium laureth sulfate
sodium laureth sulfate, ethoxylated (EO > 2.5)
Sodium laureth sulphate
Sodium lauryl ether
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate
sodium lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium lauryl ether sulphate
Sodium laurylether sulfate
Sodium laurylether sulphate
Sodium Poly(oxyethylene) Lauryl Ether Sulfate
Sodium polyoxyethylene lauryl ether sulfate
sulfate or polyoxyethene glycol ether

Trade names
CHEMIDET 24 3NS 27

Other names
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt (2EO)
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
sodium lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate


Sodium laureth sulfate
15826-16-1
9004-82-4
Dodecyl sodium ethoxysulfate
2-(Dodecyloxy)ethyl sodium sulfate
Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfate
Ethanol, 2-(dodecyloxy)-, hydrogen sulfate, sodium salt
sodium;2-dodecoxyethyl sulfate
Cycloryl NA
Maprofix ES
Rhodapex ESY
Empimin KSN
Conco Sulfate WE
Sipon ES
Retzolate 60
Sipon ESY
Standapol ES 2
Standapol ES-3
Maprofix 60S
Rewopol NL-2
Texapon N40
Empicol ESB 3
Zetesol LES 2
Empicol ESB 30
Empimin KSN 27
Empimin KSN 60
Empimin KSN 70
Avirol 100E
Sipon LES 25
Elfan 242
Elfan NS 242
Elfan NS 243
Sodium laureth-5 sulfate
Sodium laureth-8 sulfate
Ethanol, 2-(dodecyloxy)-, 1-(hydrogen sulfate), sodium salt (1:1)
Sodium dodeceth-1 sulfate
Etoxon EPA
Sodium 2-(dodecyloxy)ethyl sulphate
Sodium lauryl ethoxysulphate
Sodium lauryl oxyethyl sulfate
HSDB 752
Sodium lauryl sulfate ethoxylate
Sodium 2-(lauryloxy)ethyl sulfate
Steol CS-460
Sodium 2-(dodecyloxy)ethyl sulfate
Sodium laureth-7 sulfate
EINECS 239-925-1
Sodium laurylpoly(oxyethylene) sulfate
UNII-410Q7WN1BX
Sodium (lauryloxypolyethoxy)ethyl sulfate
Sodium poly(oxyethylene) lauryl ether sulfate
SODIUM DODECYLPOLY(OXYETHYLENE) SULFATE
Sodium polyoxyethylene (8) sulfate
2-(Dodecyloxy)ethanol hydrogen sulfate sodium salt
Laureth-8 carboxylic acid, sodium salt
Polyethylene glycol sulfate monododecyl ether sodium salt
Sodium polyethylene glycol 400 sulfate
Polyethylene glycol (7) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
PEG-5 Lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
PEG-7 Lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
PEG-8 Lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
PEG-12 Lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
alpha-Sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) sodium salt
DSSTox_CID_9298
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt
Glycols, polyethylene, mono(hydrogen sulfate), dodecyl ether, sodium salt
Sodium polyoxyethylene (5) lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium polyoxyethylene (7) lauryl ether sulfate
DSSTox_RID_78753
DSSTox_GSID_29298
Sodium polyoxyethylene (12) lauryl ether sulfate
C14H29O5S.Na
SCHEMBL675596
Sodium polyethylene glycol (5) lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium polyethylene glycol (7) lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium polyethylene glycol 600 lauryl ether sulfate
410Q7WN1BX
Polyoxyethylene (5) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
Polyoxyethylene (7) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
Polyoxyethylene (8) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
CHEMBL3183840
Polyoxyethylene (12) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
DTXSID70274019
Polyethylene glycol (5) lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
Polyethylene glycol 400 lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
Polyethylene glycol 600 lauryl ether sulfate, sodium salt
Dodecanol, ethoxylated, monoether with sulfuric acid, sodium salt
Sodium dodecylmonooxyethylene sulfate
Tox21_302374
MFCD01772167
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt
sodium dodecylmono(oxyethylene) sulfate
NCGC00255215-01
O192
CAS-9004-82-4
FT-0699797
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate, 1 Mole of E.O.
Ethanol, 2-(dodecyloxy)-, sulfate, sodium salt (7CI)
Ethanol,2-(dodecyloxy)-, 1-(hydrogen sulfate), sodium salt (1:1)
Sodium lauryl polyoxyethylene ether sulfat, Technical grade ~70%
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-sulfo-omega-(dodecyloxy)-, sodium salt (1:1)

Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
EC / List no.: 500-234-8
CAS no.: 68891-38-3

Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
EC Inventory
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
1 - 2.5 moles ethoxylated

CAS names
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-hydroxy-, C12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts

IUPAC names
Alcohols C12-14 (even numbered) ethoxylated (<2.5 EO) sulfates sodium salts
Alcohols C12-14 (even numbered) ethoxylated (<2.5 EO) sulfates sodium salts
Alcohols C12-14 ethoxylated sulfates sodium salts
Alcohols C12-14, ethoxylated (1-2,5 EO) sulphated, sodium salts
Alcohols C12-14, ethoxylated sulphated, sodium salts (< 2.5 EO)
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated (<2.5 EO), sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated < 2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated <2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (< 2.5 EO)
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (< 2.5EO)
Alcohols, C12-14 (even numbered), ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (<2.5 EO)
Alcohols, C12-14(Even numbered) , ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated (1-2,5 EO) sulphated, sodium
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated (1-2,5 EO) sulphated, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated < 2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts, 
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated < 2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated <2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts 
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (< 2.5EO)
Alcohols, C12-14(even numbered), ethoxylated<2.5EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated < 2.5 EO, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium sal
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, c12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts 
ALCOHOLS, C12-14, ETHOXYLATED, SULFATES, SODIUM SALTS
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (1 - 2.5 mol EO)
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (3 EO)
Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts (< 2.5EO)
Alcohols, C12-C14-(even numbered), ethoxylated, sulphates, sodium salts
Alkyl ether sulfate C12-14, sodium salt
C12-14-Alkyl ether sulfates
FETTALKOHOLETHERSULFAT, NA-SALZ C12-14 2 EO
Hansanol NS 242
POLU(OXY-1,2-EHTANEDIYL), ALPHA-SULFA-OMEGA-HYDROXY-C12-C14 ALKYL ETHERS, SODIUM SALTS
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-hydroxy-, C12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-sulfo-.omega.-hydroxy-,C12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts (GRS)
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-sulfo-w-hydroxy-, C12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts
poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-sulfo-w-hydroxy-, c12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts 
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-sulfo-omega-hydroxy-, C12-14-alkyl ethers, sodium salts
Primary Alcohols C12-14(even, numbered) , ethoxylated (1-2.5 EO), sulphated, sodium salts
SLES
sodium 2-(2-dodecyloxyethoxy)ethyl sulphate
Sodium C12-14 Alkyl Ether Sulphate (AES) 1+2 EO
Sodium C12-14 diglycol ether sulfate
Sodium dodecyl sulphate
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
sodium laureth sulphate
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate
sodium lauryl ether sulfate
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate
sodium {2-[2-(dodecyloxy)ethoxy]ethyl} sulfate

Trade names
AES
ALKOLET
CHINT: FAES C12-14 + 2EO, Na
COSMACOL/AES-27-2-24 AL
COSMACOL/AES-27-2-24 NE
COSMACOL/AES-70-1-24
COSMACOL/AES-70-2-24
COSMACOL/AES-70-2-24 NEF
COSMACOL/AES-70-2-24X NE
Deterles 227
Deterles 270
Hansanol NS 242 BEN
Hansanol NS 242 conc
IFRAPON LOS 2N
INOPON 24-2S/70
Marlinat 242/28
Marlinat 242/70
Marlinat 242/70 C
MASPHATE ES
NATRIUMLAURYLETERSULFAT
Phase I REACH Kandidat
SLES
Sodium polyoxyethylene fatty alcohol sulfate
Spolapon AES 242/70
Sulforokanol
Tensagex EOC
Ufapol EPN2
Ungerol N2-28
Ungerol N2-70

Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES). is widely used in many personal care and home care products like Shampoo,Bubble Bath, Shower Gel, Face Wash, Dish Wash, Liquid Detergent and Hand Wash.
It is also used in the printing and dyeing industry, petroleum and leather industry as lubricant, dyeing agent,cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent.

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