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From: finechem (chemicals555$##$
Date: Sat Aug 14 2004 - 13:00:49 EDT

Dear All,

I would like to know if the substances mentioned below
can CO-EXIST/STABLE together in the SAME solution?
If not, kindly mention why(eg interactions,pH, etc)
Please note all the chemicals,values,inter-relations
CAREFULLY, then let me have your esteemed comments.
Thanks in advance,

1)Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid - 15% vol
2)Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphonate - 7% vol
3)Perfumes - 0.01% vol
4)Caustic (sodium hydroxide) - 5% vol
5)Sodium Hypochlorite - 2.5% vol
6)Water - 60.78%vol
7)Benzalkonium Hydrochloride - 0.21%vol
8)Sodium Gluconate - 4.5%vol
9)Paracetic acid - 5% vol
                                          100 %vol
- pH is 3.91
- Active detergent index is 8.3%
- Paracetic acid is a mixture of acetic acid and
  hydrogen peroxide.

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