I'm a professional, just not in chemistry. My apologies if this is the wrong board, feel free to move it. I just don't want a high school answer. I'm looking for something a little more in depth.
I know that Orvus is the liquid or paste, lauryl sulfate and dreft was the spray dried version of that paste that was about 60% sodium sulfate leftover from the process. But is there anything in the nomenclature that would differentiate the two? Is dreft an alkyl sulfate or are they both alkyl sulfates? Thank you very much.