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SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE (SODYUM KÜMEN SÜLFONAT)

SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE (SODYUM KÜMEN SÜLFONAT)

 

CAS NO: 28348-53-0


SYNONYMS:
sodyum; sodium; kümen; sülfonat; sülfent-e; kümene; sodiiom; sodium; cimene; sodum; sodyumsülfanat; sodiumsulfanate; sodyumcümenesülfanat; sodiumcumenesulfonate; sodyum sülfanat; sodium sulfanate; sodyum cümene sülfanat; sodium cumene sulfonate; SODYUM; SODİUM; KÜMEN; SÜLFONAT; SÜLFENT-E; KÜMENE; SODİİOM; SODİUM; CİMENE; SODUM; SODYUMSÜLFANAT; SODİUMSULFANATE; SODYUMCÜMENESÜLFANAT; SODİUMCUMENESULFONATE; SODYUM SÜLFANAT; SODİUM SULFANATE; SODYUM CÜMENE SÜLFANAT; SODİUM CUMENE SULFONATE; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; Sodium cumene sulfonate; benzen sülfonik asit; izopropil benzen sülfonat; natrium kümen sülfonat; sodyum kümen sülfonat; kümen sülfonat; NATRİUM; natrium; natrium 2 izopropil benzol sulfonat; cümene; izopropil benzene; sodyum cumene; cumene; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; SOYUM KÜMEN SÜLFONAT; sodyum 2-izopropil benzen sulfonat; SODYUM KÜMEN; SODYUM CUMENE SÜLFONAT; KÜMEN; KÜMEN SÜLFONAT; SODYUM SÜLFONAT;benzenesulfonic acid; (1-methylethyl)-, sodium salt; benzenesulfonic acid; kümen monosülfo; 3-(1-methylethyl)-; sodium salt; cumene sulfonic acid sodium salt; methyl ethyl) benzene sulfonic acid sodium salt; sodium 3-(1-methylethyl)benzenesulfonate; sodium 3-isopropylbenzenesulfonate; sodium cumene sulfonate; sodium; 3-propan-2-yl benzenesulfonate; stepanate SCS; stepanate SCS-40; stepanate SCS-40-E; stepanate ; SCS-93Sodium o-cumenesulfonate; UNII-TQE0L6I6W8 ; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; Benzenesulfonic acid, (1-methylethyl)-; sodium salt; Sodium o-cumenesulfonate; Sodium o-cumenesulphonate ; Sodium 2-isopropylbenzenesulfonate; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; o-Cumenesulfonic acid; sodium salt; Sodium 2; isopropylbenzenesulphonate; o-Cumenesulphonic acid; sodium salt; Sodium cumenesulphonateC9H11O3S.Na SCHEMBL67965 ; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; CTK4G1284DTXSID30872318; GIPRGFRQMWSHAK-UHFFFAOYSA-M NOCAS_872318; Benzenesulfonic acid; 2-(1-methylethyl)-; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; sodium salt (1:1); AKOS015891134; RP27380 250-913-5; 2-Isopropylbenzènesulfonate; de sodium [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name] ; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; 32073-22-6 [RN]; Benzene, (1-methylethyl)-; monosulfo deriv; sodium salt; Benzenesulfonic acid; (1-methylethyl)-; sodium salt; benzenesulfonic acid; 2-(1-methylethyl)-; sodium salt; Benzenesulfonic acid, 2-(1-methylethyl)-, sodium salt (1:1) [ACD/Index Name]; Natrium-2-isopropylbenzolsulfonat ; [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]; sodium 2-(1-methylethyl)benzenesulfonate; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; sodium 2-(propan-2-yl)benzenesulfonate; Sodium 2-isopropylbenzenesulfonate [ACD/IUPAC Name]; Sodium cumenesulphonate; SODIUM O-CUMENESULFONATE ; (1-Methylethyl)benzenesulfonic acid; sodium salt [32073-22-6]71407-44-8 [RN]; CUMENE MONOSULPHO DERIVATIVE SODIUM SALT; cumene; monosulpho derivative; sodium salt cumene; sulfonic acid; sodium salt; MFCD00137274; NOCAS_872318; Sodium 2-(propan-2-yl) benzene; sulfonate; SODIUM 2-(PROPAN-2-YL)BENZENE-1-SULFONATE; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; sodium 2-propan-2-ylbenzenesulfonate; Sodium 4-propan-2-ylbenzenesulfonate; Sodium cumene sulfonate; Sodium cumenesulfonate; SODIUM MONO-ISOPROPYLBENZENESULFONATE; Sodium-4-(1 methyl ethyl) benzene sulfonate; Benzenesulfonic acid; (1-methylethyl)-;sodium salt; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; Sodium cumenesulphonate; ar-Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt; [ChemIDplus];Cumenesulfonic acid; sodium salt; Cumenesulfonate, sodium salt; Sodium cumene sulfonate; Benzenesulfonic acid (1 methylethyl) sodium salt; Methylethylbenzenesulfonate, sodium salt; [Reference #1] CumolsulfonsaeureNaSalz; Natriumcumolsulfonat; [IUCLID] ; SODIUM CUMENE SULPHONATE; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; sodium cumene sulfonate; (1-methylethyl)-benzenesulfonicacid; sodiumsalt; Benzenesulfonicacid; (1-methylethyl)-; sodiumsalt; Sodium cumene sulphatee 40%; (1-METHYLETHYL)-BENZENESULPHONICACID; SODIUMSALT; Natriumcumolsulfonat; sodium 2-phenylpropane-2-sulfonate; CUMENE MONOSULPHO DERIVATIVE SODIUM SALT; cumene; monosulpho derivative; sodium salt cumene; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; sulfonic acid; sodium salt; MFCD00137274; NOCAS_872318; Sodium 2-(propan-2-yl) benzene; sulfonate; SODIUM 2-(PROPAN-2-YL)BENZENE-1-SULFONATE; sodium 2-propan-2-ylbenzenesulfonate; Sodium 4-propan-2-ylbenzenesulfonate; Sodium cumene sulfonate; SODIUM CUMENE SULFONATE; Sodium cumenesulfonate; SODIUM MONO-ISOPROPYLBENZENESULFONATE; Sodium-4-(1 methyl ethyl) benzene sulfonate; Benzenesulfonic acid; (1-methylethyl)-;sodium salt; Sodium cumenesulphonate; ar-Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt;

 

CAS Number : 28348-53-0 
Other : 1137170-14-9
FDA UNII : 1FL59E3M9R
MDL : MFCD00137274
Molecular Weight : 222.23903928
Formula : C9 H11 Na O3 S
 
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Hydrotropes were tested for their mutagenic potential in various in vivo and in vitro genotoxicity assays. Sodium xylene sulfonate gave a negative response in a mouse lymphoma assay, the Ames assay, Sister Chromatid Exchange assay, (positive at cytotoxic concentrations only), a Chromosome Aberration Test and three mouse micronucleus assays. Calcium xylene sulfonate and sodium cumene sulfonate were negative for mutagenicity in the Ames test.
 No reproductive toxicity studies are available for the hydrotropes, although available oral and dermal toxicity studies with various hydrotropes included examination of reproductive organs of both sexes. The OECD SIDS assessment included reviews of a 91-day oral rat feeding study with sodium cumene sulfonate, a 90-day feeding study with sodium xylene sulfonate (mice and rats) and the 2-year dermal studies with sodium xylene sulfonate (in mice and rats) which included examination of the reproductive organs of both sexes. There was no evidence from these studies to suggest that hydrotropes would have an adverse effect on reproductive organs by either the oral or dermal route. No developmental toxicity studies in rats and rabbits are available in the cumene sulfonic acid and its salts. However, a developmental study in rats is available for a surrogate hydrotrope, calcium xylene sulfonate. In this study the NOAEL for maternal and fetal toxicity was the highest dose tested, 3,000 mg/kg/day (936 mg/kg/day, corrected for purity of test material). Based on this information, there is no evidence to consider cumene sulfonic acid and its salts as being developmental toxicants.
There are no reproductive toxicity studies reported for cumene sulfonic acid and its salts. However, no effects on reproductive organs were observed at very high doses in number of studies such as a 91-day oral rat feeding study with sodium cumene sulfonate, the 90-day feeding study with sodium xylene sulfonate, and the 2-year dermal studies with sodium xylene sulfonate. Based on the above evidence, EPA concluded that cumene sulfonic acid and its salts are not likely to be a reproductive toxicant. This conclusion is in agreement with the OECD conclusion that there is no evidence to suggest that cumene sulfonic acid and its salts would have an adverse effect on reproductive organs.
Application :
⦁ Solubilizer, coupling agent, cloud point depressant, viscosity reducer, anti-caking agent in powdered detergent.
⦁ It is used as an electroplating bath additive and as viscosity reducer for concentrated liquid detergent and as solubilizer and cloud point depressor.
⦁ Effective in promoting the compatibility of various ingredients present in a multicomponent system.
Sodium Cumene Sulphonate 90%

Molecular formula :: ImageC9H11NaO3S
Molecular weight   :: Image222
CAS NOImage:: Image28348-53-0, 32073-22-6
Chemical Name : Sodium Cumene Sulfonate
Product Application : Hydrotrope, solubilizer, coupling agent, cloud point depressant, viscosity reducer, anti-caking agent in powdered detergent.
Form at 25a : liquid
Benzenesulfonic acid, (1-methylethyl)-, sodium salt; Sodium cumenesulphonate; ar-Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt; [ChemIDplus] Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt; Cumenesulfonate, sodium salt; Sodium cumene sulfonate; Benzenesulfonic acid (1 methylethyl) sodium salt; Methylethylbenzenesulfonate, sodium salt; [Reference #1] Cumolsulfonsaeure-Na-Salz; Natrium-cumolsulfonat; [IUCLID]
  
Applications Sodium cumene sulfonate 
Hydrotropes are in sodium cumene sulfonate use industrially and commercially in cleaning and personal care product formulations to Sodium cumene sulfonate allow more concentrated formulations of surfactants. About 29,000 metric tons are produced (i.e., manufactured and imported) annually in the US.[4] Annual production (plus importation) in Europe and Australia is approximately 17,000 and 1,100 metric tons, respectively.Common products containing a sodium cumene sulfonate hydrotropes include laundry detergents, surface cleaners, dishwashing detergents, liquid soaps, shampoos and conditioners.[4] They are coupling agents, used at concentrations from 0.1-15% to stabilize the formula, modify viscosity and cloud-point, reduce phase separation in low temperatures, and limit foaming.
Environmental Considerations Sodium cumene sulfonate
Hydrotropes have a low bioaccumulation potential, as the octanol:water partition coefficient is <1.0.[4] Studies have found hydrotopes to be very slightly volatile, with vapor pressures <2.0x10-5 Pa.[4] They are aerobically biodegradable. Removal via the secondary wastewater treatment process of activated sludge is >94%.[8] Acute toxicity studies on fish show an LC50 >400 mg active ingredient (a.i.)/L. For Daphnia, the EC50 is >318 mg a.i./L. The most sensitive species is green algae with EC50 values in the range of 230-236 mg a.i./ L and No Observed Effect Concentrations (NOEC) in the range of 31-75 mg a.i./L.[8] The aquatic Predicted No Effect Concentration (PNEC) was found to be 0.23 mg a.i./L.[7] The Predicted Environmental Concentration (PEC)/PNEC ratio has been determined to be < 1 and, therefore, hydrotropes in household laundry and cleaning products have been determined to not be an environmental concern.Aggregate sodium cumene sulfonate sodium cumene sulfonate exposures to consumers (direct and indirect dermal contact, ingestion, and inhalation) have been estimated to be 1.42 ug/Kg bw/day. Calcium xylene sulfonate and sodium cumene sulfonate have been shown to cause temporary, slight eye irritation in animals.[8] Studies sodium cumene sulfonate have not found hydrotropes to be mutagenic, carcinogenic or have reproductive toxicity. Cumene (isopropylbenzene) is an organic compound that sodium cumene sulfonate is based on an aromatic hydrocarbon with an aliphatic substitution. It is a constituent of crude oil and refined fuels. It is a flammable sodium cumene sulfonate colorless liquid that has a boiling point of 152 °C. Nearly all the cumene that is produced as a pure compound sodium cumene sulfonate on an industrial scale is converted to cumene hydroperoxide, which is an intermediate in the synthesis of other industrially important chemicals, primarily phenol and acetone. Commercial production of cumene is by Friedel-Crafts alkylation of benzene with propylene. Cumene producers account for approximately 20% of the global demand for benzene.[4] The original sodium cumene sulfonate route for manufacturing of cumene was by alkylation of benzene in the liquid phase using sulfuric acid as a catalyst, but because of the complicated neutralization and recycling steps required, together with corrosion problems, this process has been largely replaced. As an sodium cumene sulfonate alternative, solid phosphoric acid (SPA) supported sodium cumene sulfonate on alumina was used as the catalyst. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) has been shown to be a hydrotrope able to prevent aggregation of proteins at normal physiologic concentrations and to be approximately an order of magnitude more effective than sodium xylene sodium cumene sulfonate sulfonate in a classic hydrotrope assay.[9] The hydrotrope activity of ATP was shown to be independent of its activity as an "energy currency" in cells.[9] Recently, ATP sodium cumene sulfonate function as biological hydrotope has been shown proteome-wide under near native conditions. Sodium Cumene Sulfonate CTFA Name Sodium Cumene Sulfonate SCS-40 CAS Number32073-22-6 Applications Detergent & Cleaners Tainolin SCS-40, dissolved in water can increase the solubility for low-soluble organic matter, lower down the cloud point of the aqueous formulated products, and reduce the viscousity of the aqueous products. The material sodium cumene sulfonate also shows detergency.STEPANATE SCS-40 is a solubilizer, coupling agent and cloud point depressant used in heavy duty cleaners, wax strippers and dishwashing detergents, oil field and metal working applications.
 
 
Properties
Appearance : (1), white powder; (2), liquid.
Solubility : soluble in water.
Stability : stable.
Risk Solid form : flammable material; irritation, moderate irritation to skin, eye. Harmful products of combustion are CO, CO2 and so on. Contact with strong oxidants, can cause to burn.
GHS (Rev.7) label: 
Liquid form: irritation, moderate irritation to skin, eye.
GHS (Rev.7) label: 
Ecology : may be hazardous to environment. Water body should be given special attention.
Biodegradability : biodegradable.
Characteristics : excellent hydrotropic, viscosity reducing, pour point depressing, anti-caking, dispersing, emulsifying abilities.
Synthesis
Currently, sulfonation reaction through continuous reactor (such as: falling film reactor) is the most widely used method for preparing sulfonates.
Generally, cumene and sulfur trioxide react through reactor, then sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate neutralizes, finally obtain product.
US patent 8,921,588 (Process for preparing sulfates and/or sulfonates in a micro-reaction system) presents a synthetic process. Conditions: mole ratio of sulfur trioxide and alkyl benzenes or other raw materials: 1:1; temperature: 30-60°C; reactor: falling film reactor.
Quality Standards & Test Methods
1, Physical and chemical indexes
Item
Physical and chemical indexes
Liquid - Solid
Actives: %, ≥30.0 - 50.0 / 90.0
pH (25°C, 1%) : 7.0 - 10.5 / 7.0 - 10.5
Test Methods
(1), Actives
GB/T 5173 Surface active agents and detergents-Determination of anionic-active matter by direct two-phase titration procedure
ISO 2271 Surface active agents -- Detergents -- Determination of anionic-active matter by manual or mechanical direct two-phase titration procedure
(2), pH
GB/T 6368 Surface active agents - Determination of pH of aqueous solution - Potentiometric method
ISO 4316 Surface active agents -- Determination of pH of aqueous solutions -- Potentiometric method
2, Hazardous substances indexes
Item
Hazardous substances indexes
Liquid - Solid
Heavy metals (as Pb), mg/Kg, ≤20 / 20
As, mg/Kg, ≤3 / 3
Test Methods
(1), Heavy metals (as Pb)
Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics (2015 Edition)
GB/T 30799 The test method of food detergents - Determination of heavy metals
(2), As
Safety and Technical Standards for Cosmetics (2015 Edition)
GB/T 30797 The test method of food detergents - Determination of total arsenic
3, Further explanation
(a), On physical and chemical indexes: firstly, shall be indicated carbon atom distribution; secondly, shall be indicated average molecular weight.
(b), Used in cosmetics, should be test for harmful substances; or furtherly test for microorganisms.
 
 
Major Uses
1, Typical applications
Use as hydrotrope.
Use as auxilialy emulsifying agent, auxilialy dispersing agent.
2, Household detergents
Use as hydrotrope, anticoagulant, anti-caking agent. For example: washing powder.
3, Industrial cleaning agents
Use as hydrotrope, anticoagulant, anti-caking agent.
4, Personal care products
Use as hydrotrope.
5, Pets
Use as hydrotrope.
KUALIMATE SCS 40
Purity :40%
Chemical Name :Sodium Cumene Sulfonate
Product Application :Hydrotrope, solubilizer, coupling agent, cloud point depressant, viscosity reducer, an anti-caking agent in powdered detergent.
Form at 25℃ :liquid
Packing :225kgs drum or 1150 kgs tote
KUALIMATE SCS 93
Purity :93%
Chemical Name :Sodium Cumene Sulfonate
Product Application :Hydrotrope, solubilizer, coupling agent, cloud point depressant, viscosity reducer, an anti-caking agent in powdered detergent.
Form at 25℃ :solid, powder
Packing :25kgs bag
 
 
SODYUM KÜMEN SÜLFONAT
ÜRÜN AÇIKLAMASI:
Kullanım alanları:Bulaşık makinesi deterjanlarında ve sıvı deterjanlarda çözücü ve viskozite düzenleyici olarak kullanılmaktadır. Deterjanlarda kullanımı % 0,5 -5 arasında değişmektedir.
Genel Bilgi
Kimyasal formülü C9H11NaO3S olan toz ve berrak görünümlü higroskobik sıvı formunda bir kimyasaldır.
Üretim ve Reaksiyonları
Kümen ticari üretimi propilen ile benzen içinde Friedel-Crafts alkilasyonu gereğince üretilmektedir.Kümen üretici benzen için küresel talebinin yaklaşık % 20 sini oluşturmaktadır. Sodyum sülfonatların uygun şartlarda kümen ile etkileşim ve reaksiyonlarıyla oluşabilmektedir.
Kullanım Alanları
Deterjan : Deterjan yapımında % 0,5 -5 oranlarında ara faz çözücü olarak,bulaşık makinesi deterjanlarında ve sıvı deterjanlarda çözücü ve viskozite düzenleyici olarak kullanılmaktadır.
Tanımı: Toz ve berrak-higroskobik sıvı formdadır. 
Spesifikasyonlar
Aktif madde (Na2SO4): % 40,5
pH (% 2,5 , 20 oC): 8,4
Transmisyon: % 78,5
Sodyum sülfat: % 1,6
Aktif madde (H2O-Na2SO4): % 93,4
pH (% 1 , 20 oC): 9,3
Transmisyon: % 76
Sodyum sülfat: % 3,3
 

 

 

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