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Daily chemicals

  • Baking powder (NaHCO3): sodium bicarbonate is used in baking cooking. It reacts with other ingredients to release carbon dioxide.
  • Soap: Esters are used for bathing and washing clothes.
  • Detergents (sodium sulfate, sodium hydroxide and phosphate compounds): used for washing clothes.
  • Toothpaste (calcium carbonate, sodium fluoride): used to clean teeth when brushing.
  • Salt (NaCl): sodium chloride is used for cooking.
  • Vinegar (C2H4O2): Acetic acid and acetic acid are used as preservatives and to flavor foods. Used for various household cleaning purposes.
  • Graphite: Carbon used in pencils.
  • Alcoholic ethanol (C2H6O): Used in alcoholic beverages.
  • Bleaching powder (NaOCl): Commonly used as a household bleaching agent. Used for cleaning purposes.
  • Sugar (C12H22O11): Sucrose is used as a sweetener in cooking.
  • Aspirin (C9H8O4): Acetylsalicylic acid is used in various medicines.
  • Mouthwash (H2O2): Hydrogen peroxide is used for personal hygiene.
  • Caustic soda (NaOH): Sodium hydroxide is a corrosive base used to clean and unclog sinks, drains and toilets.
  • Chalk (CaCO3): Calcium carbonate is used in chalkboard chalk, sidewalk (or “sidewalk” in the U.S.) chalk, gymnastics and rock climbing, and sometimes in toothpaste.
Acetic Acid
  • Acetic acid: HC2H3O2
    Also known as: acetic acid, CH3COOH, AcOH.
    Acetic acid is present in vinegar. Vinegar contains 5% to 20% acetic acid. This weak acid is most often found in liquid form. Pure acetic acid (glacial acetic acid) crystallizes below room temperature.
Boric Acid
  • Boric acid: H3BO3
    Also known as: boric acid, proto-boric acid hydrogen salt .Boric acid is used as a disinfectant or insecticide. It is usually found as a white crystalline powder. Borax (sodium tetraborate) is a familiar related compound.
Carbonic Acid
  • Carbonic acid: CH2O3
    Also known as: air acid, air acid, dihydrogen carbonate, hydroxy ketone.
  • A solution of carbon dioxide in water (carbonated water) may be called carbonic acid. This is the only acid that is excreted by the lungs as a gas. Carbonic acid is a weak acid. It is responsible for dissolving limestone to produce geological features such as stalagmites and stalactites.
Citric Acid
  • Citric acid: H3C6H5O7
  • Also known as: 2-Hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid.
  • Citric acid is a weak organic acid, so named because it is a natural acid found in citrus fruits. This chemical is an intermediate in the citric acid cycle and is essential for aerobic metabolism. The acid is widely used as a flavoring and acidifying agent in foods. Pure citric acid has a strong acidic taste.
Hydrochloric Acid
  • Hydrochloric acid: HCl
  • Also known as sea acid, chloronium, and hydrochloric acid.
  • Hydrochloric acid is a clear, corrosive and strong acid. It is found in dilute form as hydrochloric acid. The chemical has many industrial and laboratory uses. Hydrochloric acid for industrial use is usually 20% to 35% hydrochloric acid, while hydrochloric acid for household use is 10% to 12% hydrochloric acid. HCl is the acid found in gastric juice.
Hydrofluoric Acid
  • Hydrofluoric acid: HF
    Also known as: hydrogen fluoride, hydrofluoric acid, hydrogen monofluoride, hydrofluoric acid.
  • Although it is highly corrosive, hydrofluoric acid is considered a weak acid because it does not usually decompose completely. The acid will corrode glass and metal, so HF is stored in plastic containers. If splashed on the skin, hydrofluoric acid can attack bones through soft tissue. HF is used to make fluorine compounds, including Teflon and Prozac.
Nitric Acid
  • Nitric acid: HNO3
    Also known as: aqua fortis, azotic acid, engraver’s acid, nitroalcohol.
  • Nitric acid is a strong inorganic acid. In its pure form, it is a colorless liquid. Over time, it turns yellow as it decomposes into nitrogen oxides and water. Nitric acid is used in the manufacture of explosives and ink, and as a strong oxidizer for industrial and laboratory use.
Oxalic Acid
  • Also known as: glycolic acid, oxalic acid hydrogen salt, glycolic acid, oxalic acid, HOOCCOOH, oxalic acid.
  • Oxalic acid got its name because it was originally isolated as a salt from edelweiss (Oxalis sp.). This acid is relatively abundant in green leafy foods. It is also found in metal cleaners, rust prevention products and certain types of bleach. Oxalic acid is a weak acid.
Phosphoric Acid
  • Phosphoric acid: H3PO4
    Also known as: orthophosphoric acid, phosphoric acid trihydrogen salt, phosphoric acid.
  • Phosphoric acid is an inorganic acid used in household cleaning products, chemical reagents, rust inhibitors, and dental etchants. Phosphoric acid is also an important acid in biochemistry. It is a strong acid.
Sulfuric Acid
  • Sulfuric acid: H2SO4
    Also known as: battery acid, dipping acid, mattling acid, Terra Alba, oil of vitriol.
  • Sulfuric acid is a corrosive mineral strong acid. Although normally clear to slightly yellow, it may be dyed dark brown to alert people to its composition. Sulfuric acid causes serious chemical burns, as well as thermal burns from the exothermic dehydration reaction. The acid is used in lead batteries, drain cleaners, and chemical synthesis.
Key Points
  • Acids are common in everyday life. They are found in cells and in the digestive system, are naturally present in foods, and are used in many common chemical reactions.
    Common strong acids include hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid and nitric acid.
    Common weak acids include acetic acid, boric acid, hydrofluoric acid, oxalic acid, citric acid, and carbonic acid.

In chemistry, the term “surfactant” is used to describe a chemical that reduces the surface tension of another compound and increases the contact between a liquid and another substance. There is a wide variety of these products for use in oil, water and a variety of other liquids. Many companies produce a range of products for a variety of uses, from soap to ink. As a result, they are found in many everyday household products.

Surfactant examples in daily life

The term “surface-acting agent” for a compound refers to the fact that surfactants interact with the surface of a liquid to change its properties. They work through a process called “adsorption,” which means they adhere to the surface of the liquid, forming a film that reduces its surface tension.

Surfactant examples in daily life

Soaps, shampoos, conditioners and toothpastes all contain surfactants that gently cleanse the scalp, skin, hair and teeth. These compounds create a pleasant foaming reaction when mixed with water. The foam and bubbles help the water get underneath the oil, dirt and debris, thus flushing out unwanted compounds during the rinsing process. In addition, these products are also present in shaving creams where the reduction in surface tension reduces the friction created by the razor blade, resulting in a smoother shave.

Surfactant examples in daily life

Dishwashing liquids and dishwasher detergents are two of the most common sources of kitchen surfactants. In these compounds, they create large suds that make dishes sparkle by breaking down baked-on grime and dissolving fats and oils.

Surfactants can also be used as lubricants, like shaving cream, a product that makes it easier to move the razor along the skin to remove excess hair. They are also used in disinfectant products, anti-fog liquids, adhesives, emulsifiers and fabric softeners, among many other substances.

Surfactant examples in daily life
  • Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid (LABSA, CAS No. 27176-87-0) is a common active agent used in the production of surfactants. In some cases, surfactants may be toxic or pose a health risk, depending on the material it contains, and it is best to read the label to ensure its proper use.
  • The term “surfactant” is also used in the medical community to refer specifically to substances secreted by the cells that line the lungs. Lung products make it easier for people to breathe by reducing the surface tension of the lungs. Without substances in the lungs, people would have difficulty breathing and their breathing would become noisier.

Insecticides – is a class of fungicides. It covers a wide range of products, such as mosquito repellents, other insect repellents, and even antibacterial disinfectants. Wrong direct spraying can irritate the skin, nose, eyes and throat. Low-dose exposure to insecticides is not fatal, but over time, continued exposure can lead to a variety of diseases that affect the nervous and reproductive systems and the kidneys. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, insecticides can cause cancer.

Phthalates and PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

Phthalates and PVC (polyvinyl chloride) – is a cheap and easy to use material. It is commonly used as a building material and can be found in plastic products. When PVC burns, it releases dioxins – one of the most toxic substances known. You can often find this substance in blinds, flooring, PVC vinyl shower curtains, baby toys, cosmetics and most plastic products in your home. Plastic food containers and water bottles can allow phthalates to leak into your food and water, causing damage to the endocrine system and being especially harmful to children and pregnant women.


Parabens – are used as preservatives in cosmetics and other pharmaceuticals. They are also used as food additives. Check the ingredients of your cosmetics and skin care products and you will find “parabens” somewhere. It is said to cause breast cancer because it mimics the hormone estrogen. It has also been blamed for decreased fertility and endocrine problems in men.

Bisphenol A or BPA

Bisphenol A or BPA – is a chemical found in hard plastics, coatings on food and beverage cans, and most of the everyday products we use – baby bottles, water bottles, even dental fillings, home electronics and more. BPA is an endocrine disruptor that interferes with the behavior of hormones in our bodies. It can cause reproductive disorders, male impotence, heart disease and asthma. It affects the quality of a woman’s eggs and can lead to breast cancer.

CDC studies show that 95% of adult urine samples and 93% of children’s urine samples contain BPA.


Ammonia – has been used in homes for decades. It is used in cleaning products and is popular because it removes most stains and mildew. Direct contact with ammonia can irritate your eyes and lungs, and direct contact with skin can cause burns or rashes. When mixed with bleach or other chlorine products, it can produce deadly chloramine gas.

Cleaning Products
  • The detergents you use for cleaning include surface-active materials, also known as active surfactants. It helps to reduce the surface tension of water, making it easier for water to bind to fats or oils.
  • Detergents are used to wash clothes because the chemicals in them help to remove dirt in solid or liquid form.
Cleaning Products
  • Similarly, the shampoos we use to cleanse the scalp and hair contain a detergent component that helps reduce the tension on the surface of the water, thereby thoroughly soaking and rinsing the hair. Shampoos break down fats to remove oils from the hair.
  • In addition to these, your toothpaste consists of abrasives (calcium carbonate, aluminum hydroxide, etc.) and water, as well as other substances such as dyes, sweeteners, anti-microbial agents and sodium fluoride.
  • Chemicals such as sodium sulfite powder are added to cleaning products so that you can protect your dishwasher or washing machine from corrosion. Sodium sulfite is a deaerating agent. When combined with the oxygen present in the water, it forms sodium sulfite to reduce the amount of dissolved oxygen, thus protecting your dishwasher or washing machine from rusting.
Food processing
  • Chemicals are an important part of anything that exists in this universe. Even the food you eat is made up of chemicals. Many chemical products are very important in the production and preservation of food. For example, you can use additives to extend the shelf life of certain foods.
  • Even the materials used for food packaging include chemicals. For crops and farm animals, other chemicals can be used to fight disease or in the form of purification treatments, cooking, heating, and other production processes.
Food processing
  • These three chemical preservatives are commonly found in your food –
  • Sulfites, such as sulfur dioxide
    Nitrites, such as sodium nitrite
    Benzoates, such as sodium benzoate
    These categories of chemicals are found in the everyday foods you buy. These chemicals kill the bacteria in your menu or inhibit the growth and activity of specific types of bacteria.
  • In addition to the active ingredients used in pharmaceutical formulations, chemical excipients are also widely used in the pharmaceutical industry for several reasons. For example, some chemicals are used in the production of drugs to enhance patient acceptance of the drug.
  • The excipients commonly found in pharmaceuticals can be classified into several categories based on their function, such as suspension aids, lubricants, binders, preservatives, sweeteners, fillers and flow aids
  • In pharmaceutical formulations, chemicals are also used to enhance the safety and efficacy of the product. Identifying the product, assisting in the manufacturing process, and maintaining and improving the bioavailability and stability of the drug becomes critical in the use and distribution process.
  • Certain chemicals, such as sodium bisulfite powder, can also be used to treat diseases. It can be used topically as a gastrointestinal antiseptic and to treat parasitic skin diseases. However, direct use of this chemical may lead to serious adverse effects. It is recommended that a physician be consulted prior to using this compound.
  • Another chemical called acetylsalicylic acid is used in the production of different medications, including aspirin. We have used this medicine since childhood to treat inflammation, fever and pain.
Apparel (textile industry)
  • When using textiles to make clothes, chemical processes may sometimes be used greatly to improve the properties. To prevent fabrics from wrinkling and to strengthen them, the textile industry uses a variety of finishing agents.
  • Textiles may undergo various non-chemical and chemical processes during garment manufacturing, including fabric refinement, printing, dyeing, pretreatment, etc.
Apparel (textile industry)
  • There are multiple chemical uses in the textile industry. Specific processes require highly specialized chemicals, such as water repellents, warp sizing, flame retardants, fungicides, etc. In contrast, other processes require relatively essential compounds or combinations thereof, such as starches, surfactants, emulsifying oils, sulfonated oils, etc. Your favorite leather jacket is also made up of sodium bisulfite.
Wastewater Treatment
  • Wastewater is treated with four main types of chemicals – flocculants, defoamers, pH neutralizers and coagulants. Ph neutralizers are the most commonly used class of compounds. This is the case because sewer systems should not include wastewater that is too alkaline or too acidic. It helps to avoid undesirable reactions when other effluents are combined with the wastewater.
  • pH neutralizers are especially important if the wastewater discharge is directly connected to a river or lake to protect local ecosystems and wildlife.
Wastewater Treatment
  • Defoamers are used to reduce the problems associated with foaming that are typically present in wastewater and can interfere with various industrial processes. Two other types of chemicals work in combination to clarify wastewater and remove the different types of suspended solids present in it. Sodium bisulfite solutions are widely used in wastewater treatment processes.

Usually, the compounds that infuse the scent are called perfumes. Individual compounds tend to evaporate at room temperature or under pressure, which allows the fragrance to reach our olfactory nerves. This situation is the reason you will see the use of narrow-necked bottles to keep the fragrance in place.


Perfumes and fragrances can be composed of organic or synthetic substances. Flowers, woods, fruits, roots and other plant parts are used to produce natural scents. For example, citrus comes from oranges and jasmine juice comes from jasmine.

Perfumes are a combination of aromatic compounds, solvents, essential oils and fixatives that our skin will smell pleasantly.

Beauty products

Various combinations of chemicals are used when making cosmetics such as lipsticks, concealers and moisturizers. They are added to provide feel and texture to these beauty products. The chemicals used in the beauty industry can also be natural processing chemicals or synthetic chemicals.

Talc is widely used in a variety of cosmetic products. Magnesium silicate hydrate is the chemical formula used in the manufacture of talcum powder. Concealers and different powders are then used.

Beauty products

Formaldehyde is another popular ingredient in many personal care and cosmetic products such as nail polish removers, body washes, skin moisturizers, liquid soaps, hair straightening solutions, etc.

  • Acetone in daily life
  • Cloroxpro clorox anywhere daily sanitizer & disinfectant
  • Daily life acids
  • Potassium nitrate in daily life
  • Ecolab oxycide daily disinfectant cleaner
  • Clorox anywhere disinfectant spray
  • Clorox anywhere hard surface sanitizer
  • Clorox anywhere surface cleaner

Application Of Daily chemicals

Daily chemicals are pure substances and mixtures composed of various natural or man-made elements. It is known that there are 7 million chemicals worldwide, more than 100,000 chemicals are sold as commodities, and more than 70,000 chemicals are frequently used by humans.

Detergents can be made in powder, liquid and block form as needed. Laundry detergents are synthetic laundry detergents. The formulation of synthetic laundry detergents is a very important part of production. The formulation is complicated by the interaction between raw material components. There is no complete theoretical basis to guide the formula. The decision is mainly based on experiment and experience. Various factors need to be taken into account when formulating the formula. The first step is to determine the clothing based on the application and method of production. The quality standard of the powder, including the physicochemical criteria and properties of the product.

Personal hygiene cleaners include shampoos for shampooing, various solvents for bathing, oral cleansers, and cleaning products for hand and face washing. With the improvement of living standard, people’s requirements for personal hygiene cleaners are getting higher and higher. The higher the price is, the more it requires not only cleaning effect but also skin protection, hair protection and prevention of skin diseases. For this reason, the types and varieties of personal hygiene cleaners are increasing.

Daily life cannot be lived without cleaning. Modern facilities and furniture are made of different materials, such as glass, tiles, wood, plastic and metal. In order to keep the windows of rooms clean and tidy and to live comfortably and hygienically, household daily cleaning agents are applied. There is a growing variety of cleaners, including hard surface cleaners and carpet cleaners for cleaning furniture, floors and walls, window glass and carpet cleaners; special detergents for cleaning glassware, plasticware and jewelry; kitchen dishwashing detergents, stove cleaners, fruit and vegetable disinfectant cleaners, refrigerator cleaners and tile cleaners; and bathtub cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners and sanitary deodorizers for use in bathrooms.

Cosmetics include three parts: basic cosmetics, cosmetic cosmetics and special purpose cosmetics. Basic cosmetics are products that protect the skin and hair and improve the health of the skin and hair. Beauty cosmetics, on the other hand, are used to refine the face, nails and other parts of the body and add charm. Special-purpose products: Special-purpose cosmetics are products that have a defensive function or require special physical and chemical treatment to hit the face, hair and other parts of the body and have some relief and therapeutic effect. Cosmetics discipline involves physics, organic chemistry, interface chemistry, colloid chemistry, aesthetics, biochemistry, physical chemistry, dye chemistry, flavor and fragrance, chemical engineering, microbiology and skin physics, etc., is a multidisciplinary crossover, involving a wide range of complex disciplines.

Food additives, bulking agent – baking soda (sodium carbonate); preservatives – calcium chloride, sodium benzoate; acidifier – citric acid, sweetener – xylitol; processing aids – sodium hydroxide, etc.

Except for cotton, hemp yarn and wool, all others are made of chemicals, such as polyester, spandex, acrylic, etc.

Soap made from chemical substances such as sodium hydroxide and various detergents, bleach, disinfectants, cosmetics, deodorants,etc.

We use various chemicals as therapeutic drugs or use chemicals to produce various drugs. For example, calcium chloride is used to treat hand and foot convulsions caused by lowered blood calcium; and potassium hydroxide is used to produce spironolactone, testosterone propionates,etc.