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##### LABSA as an alternative to DDBSA in formulating a standard dishwashing liquid
« on: February 11, 2019, 08:20:48 AM »
Hi! As you can see on my username, I'm currently stuck on my experimental research.

Basically, I'll formulate a dishwashing liquid by mixing water, sodium hydroxide, DDBSA, Cocamide DEA, then sodium chloride.

I'll make 2 batches of it, and I already have all the chemicals and materials except DDBSA. I can't get DDBSA because I need some form of a prescription.

However. i found that LABSA is a general form of DDBSA. And I can easily get LABSA.

So I'm asking, can LABSA be used as a substitute to DDBSA in the formulation above?