betaine

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a sweet tasting alkaloid that occurs in sugar beets

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One of the newest is Dehyton AO 45, a high-performance algal betaine for use in home and personal care applications that was developed by BASF and Solazyme.
First Commercial Microalgae-Derived Betaine Surfactant Hits Market - In a press release dated July 28, 2015, Solazyme, Inc.
SLMI, on the other hand, in combination with cocamidopropyl betaine or other amphoterics, shows good thickening ability with electrolytes.
Although betaines are a mature market when compared to other amphoteric surfactants, they are growing at a rapid pace.
Miller, "Surface Active Betaines," in Amphoteric Swfactants, B.
Betaines in particular will benefit from their ability to replace diethanolamine in formulations where nitrosamine formation is of concern.
Amphoterics and betaines burst on to the scene and it was noticed that the foam quality changed a bit, but the biggest change was the toxicology--the formulas became milder.
Imidazolines and betaines are the most important amphoterics.
Aristonate[R] oil-soluble sulfonates, Aristonic[R] Acids, Calamide[R] amides, CalBiend[R] performance blends, Calfax[R] diphenyl oxide disulfonates, Calfoam[R] alcohol/ether sulfates, Calimulse[R] sulfonates and sulfates, Calsoft[R] sulfonates, Calsuds[R] detergent concentrates, Caltaine[R] betaines and Pilot[R] specialties and hydrotropes.
Albemarle makes and markets amines used in the production of quaternary ammonium compounds for biocides, oilfield chemicals, amine oxides and betaines for surfactants.
Tertiary amities or alkyldimethylamines (DIIVILA; C12-C14 chain length) are key raw materials for amine oxides, betaines, and quats, all of which are surfactants used in a wide variety of industrial and personal and home care markets.
ADMA and DAMA amines are used in the manufacture of quaternary ammonium compounds for biocides, amine oxides and betaines for surfactants, textile chemicals, oilfield chemicals, and other industrial applications.
ADMA(R) and DAMA(R) amines are used in the manufacture of quaternary ammonium compounds for biocides, amine oxides and betaines for surfactants, textile chemicals, oilfield chemicals, and other industrial applications.