Molecular Formula： C12H26Na2O5S
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES), with CAS number 68585-34-2, is a highly effective anionic detergent and surfactant commonly used in various personal care products, such as soaps, shampoos, and toothpaste. It is known for its excellent foaming properties and is also utilized in wetting agent formulations, liquid detergents, cleaners, and laundry detergents.
Sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES) is a versatile anionic surfactant that plays a vital role in the cosmetic and personal care industry. It is known for its cleansing, emulsifying, and foaming abilities, making it a common and essential ingredient in products like shampoos, soaps, and other personal care items. SLES is known for its remarkable foaming abilities, which contribute to lathering and creating a pleasing sensory experience in products like shampoos and shower gels. It ensures consistent foaming even in both hard and soft water.
The microcapsules were prepared by a spray-drying technique using coacervation method, by depositing the coacervate formed in the mixture of chitosan and sodium lauryl ether sulfate to the oil/water interface.
The anionic surfactant sodium lauryl ether sulphate (SLES) is the main component of most commercial products used for soil conditioning in the excavation industry, in particular as lubricants for mechanized tunnelling.
An automatic decellularization device was developed to perfuse and decellularize male rats’ kidneys using both sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES) and sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) and to compare their efficacy in kidney decellularization and post-transplantation angiogenesis. Kidneys were perfused with either 1% SDS solution for 4 h or 1% SLES solution for 6 h.