volume 50, issue 3, P351-359 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280500306
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Abstract: A B S T R A C TPolycarboxylated polymers have a strong tendency to adsorb on a large variety of surfaces. Among the surfaces of interest in detergency, insoluble materials in water are those which cause, in general, most of the washing problems.The insoluble materials may come from the intentional addition oj' them into the detergent (e.g. zeolites and abrasive ingredients) or may be formed during the washing process itself (e.g. Ca carbonate and Ca phosphate salts).

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