Article Type: Research Article

Published: July, 2020

DOI: 10.31031/ACSR.2020.02.000533

Journal Name: Annals of Chemical Science Research

Abstract: A type of a commonly used detergent (i.e. a detergent product for cleaning car windows), has been analyzed. Its infrared curve serves as a means of identification of the surfactants present in it. Diffuse reflectance spectra analysis is applied for the detergent sample and its band gap energy is also calculated. The band gap energy is calculated for permitted indirect transitions.


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