SYMPOSIA PAPER Published: 01 January 1953

Bibliographical Abstracts of Methods for Analysis of Synthetic Detergents


The growth of the synthetic detergent Industry has accelerated in recent years, resulting in an increase in the number of different types of detergents as well as in their complexity. The literature on detergent analysis has also grown to a point where a bibliography of published methods should prove useful to persons engaged in the manufacture, analysis, development, and evaluation of surfactants. Accordingly, this bibliography has been prepared by Rubin Bernstein with the cooperation of a number of Subcommittee T-2 members who supplied much of the data. The style of this bibliography follows closely that of “Metal Cleaning Bibliographical Abstracts.” The references, which are numbered consecutively, are listed by year and then by author or by the journal in which the article appeared if anonymous. A number of the abstracts are based on the original article. However, many are re-abstracts from “Chemical Abstracts.” It is hoped to keep these abstracts current. Interested readers are therefore urged to advise the author of any corrections or additions to be made.

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Bernstein, Rubin
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pa.
Committee D-12, Subcommittee T-2
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Developed by Committee: D12
Pages: 1–12
DOI: 10.1520/STP47568S
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6919-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-6526-7