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    Pineapple (Ananas comosus) skin and Dusol (Kaempferia galanga Linn.) Rhizome As Antibacterial Organic Soap A Science Investigatory Project Presented by: Romi Necq S. Abuel Bansud National High School Regional Science High School for Region IV -MIMAROPA Pag-asa, Bansud, Oriental Mindoro Abstract Many soaps in the market offer different kinds of benefits such as whitening the skin, treating various skin problems and removing bacteria from skin. But some may still produce

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    Antibacterial soaps are a trend these days. Every day we see various advertisements about the advantages of using antibacterial soaps that they helps us get rid of the harmful microorganisms and they can help get rid of the bacteria that get attached to our skin from our environment or from elsewhere; that they will make us healthy and will save us from getting diseases due to the pathogens on our skin (most importantly hands as they can transfer the pathogens into our gastrointestinal system). They

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    Antibacterial Soap Discs

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    to bacteria. The method is used by using antibacterial discs to see which bacteria are affected by those antibiotics. My hypothesis, stated before the experiment, was that penicillin will have the smallest zone of inhibition because it is an antibiotic, and it will work the best. Materials & Methods: The first task we had to perform in this lab was diluting an Escherichia coli culture and compare it to the

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    Manuka Honey: honey contains hydrogen peroxide which is what gives it its antibiotic quality however some Manuka honeys have a unusual non- peroxide type of antibacterial activity, Manuka Honey with the non-peroxide characteristic is known as ‘Active Manuka Honey.’ Manuka honey without the non-peroxide characteristic get their antibacterial properties from Hydrogen Peroxide. “ The

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    Speech On Bar Soap

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    Who uses soap bars today? I guess soap bars are not even used for washing these days. Its an old school though, today we just need our fruity or vanilla sugar body wash. Nothing can give a a rejuvenation more than a hot shower with your favoritebody wash. [Embed Image 1:khadi-natural-sandal-and-honey-body-wash-210ml] [Product Hyperlink: http://www.joybynature.com/products/khadi-natural-sandal-and-honey-body-wash-210ml] [Image Hyperlink:http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0226/0459/products/JBNKHA06082_1024x1024

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    Part One: Spectroscopy of Triclosan Experimental: To determine the Concentration of triclosan in an antibacterial hand soap in experiment C, a collection of stock solutions were made. The solutions included sodium nitrate, 4-sulfanilic acid, sodium hydroxide, triclosan, and a glycine buffer. An antibacterial soap sample made from 0.4382 g of the green Dial soap and was placed into a 50-ml beaker. Approximately 20-ml of 0.01 M sodium hydroxide solution was added. The mixture was placed in a sonic

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    in maintaining long-term relationships with large customers. Large companies may provide cleaning products to subsidiaries around the world for multinational customers. Retail pricing for laundry detergent averages $5, dishwashing detergent $2, and soap $2.50. Private-label products sell for 20 to 50 percent less than branded versions. FINANCE &

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    most concentrated wastewater at 10.25 M while detergent I and vegetable oil had the least concentrated waste water at 2.5 M and 3.6 M, respectively. Just like all the other results, these titration analyses could be due to the improper formation of soap due to a lack of heating again, as previously explained. Then, there was detergent II which started with an

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    aliment that was not familiar to our family. Simultaneously, while we were setting up our business, we discovered that opening a Salon & Spa was not going to be easy. We needed to raise capital and I came up with the idea to sell baskets with lotion, soap and body spray. Me being the person that I am, I wanted those products to bear our name. I did a extensive search on the internet and found several companies that did private labeling. We ended up having a full line of bath & body products and at the

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    The Dangerous Everyday

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    There are things all around us that can be very dangerous and we might never know. Soaps and detergents are one of those things. Acids and bases are everywhere but, there are two specific types: Sulphuric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide which we use on a regular day bases. An acid classifies a wide range of materials including Sulphuric acid and bases Sodium Hydroxide. When manufacturing soaps they use Sodium Hydroxide, and detergents use Sulphuric Acid. But these two can be very poisonous, and there are

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