Aqueous composition containing hydrogen peroxide and use thereof in cleaning surfaces

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: aqueous composition has pH equal to or less than 3, and contains the following ingredients (per total weight of the composition) : a) 0.05-20 wt % polymer thickener containing 20-100000 monomer links and an average of at least 0.8-COOR groups per monomer link, where for each separate -COOR group, R is independently selected from H, OH, and a carbon-containing group, b) 0.05-30 wt % hydrogen peroxide in terms of H2O2, c) 0.5-60 wt % one or more aliphatic carboxylic acids containing 1-8 carbon atoms, their alkyl esters, anhydrides and/or peroxy acids. Content of active oxygen, which is ensured by presence of ingredients a) and c) is equal to at least 0.02 wt % (per total weight of the composition).

EFFECT: obtaining a stable aqueous composition with low pH for cleaning different surfaces and for bleaching textile materials or paper.

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The present invention relates to an aqueous composition comprising hydrogen peroxide and its use for cleaning surfaces.

Cleaning or dezinfitciruushsie compositions containing hydrogen peroxide, are well known. Thus, in U.S. Patent No. 5349083 described aqueous composition containing lower aliphatic, nagkalat (e.g., peracetic acid) and produced by combinations of hydrogen peroxide and a lower aliphatic acid.

In WO 99/28427 describes whitening aqueous composition comprising hydrogen peroxide, a polymeric thickener, additives, stabilizing the rheological properties and alkaline buffer agent. The pH value of the compositions disclosed in the examples, is at least 7.

The method of cleaning roofs using aqueous cleaning compositions containing peroxide, known from Patent Application Australia No. 2002100596. This document discloses a method of cleaning the roof, which includes the following stages: (i) drawing on the lower part of the roof of an effective amount of a neutralizing means, (ii) the application to the roof aqueous compositions containing detergent, (iii) washing with water the specified files from the roof, in which wash water flows from the roof towards neutralizing means, so that the remaining detergent was kind of balanced out. Described detergent is predstavlyaet a hydrogen peroxide, percarbonate, prior percarbonate acid, prsilikat, persulfates, perborates, organic and inorganic peroxides and/or hydroperoxides. Washing composition also contains a surfactant.

It was found that such detergent compositions can be improved by the addition of active thickener. Active thickener is a polymer thickener capable in an acid medium in the presence of hydrogen peroxide to form a peroxide group (for example, group nakilat).

The pH value of the aqueous compositions according to the present invention is 3 or less, and the composition according to the present invention includes the following ingredients (based on the total weight of the composition):

a) 0.05 to 40% (mass.) polymeric thickener containing-OOR group, where R is independently selected from H, HE, and carbon-containing group,

b) 0.05 to 60% (mass.) hydrogen peroxide

where the content of active oxygen provided by the ingredient (a)is at least 0.02 percent (based on the total weight of the composition) provided that the (co)polymers derived from (meth)acrylate monomers are missing.

The aqueous composition according to the present invention includes an active agent containing a peroxide group and having the washing ability. The advantage of an active agent with whom is he remains active for a longer period of time and is more effective, in particular, on the surface to be treated, in comparison with standard nagkakamali. The relatively low value of pH of the aqueous composition allows the composition to remain stable during storage, i.e. leads to a reduction in the loss of activity over time. The storage stability is particularly increased if the water composition, in particular a polymeric thickener, essentially, does not contain impurities, such as compounds of transition metals, such as copper, cobalt, iron, etc. If such transition metals are present, to ensure the stability of the composition to the aqueous composition may be added connections, linking metal ion in the chelate complex. In addition, the lower pH values, more stable functional group nagkalat combined with the specified spot stabilizer.

In one embodiment of the invention the pH value of the aqueous composition is 3 or less, and the composition comprises the following ingredients (based on the total weight of the composition):

a) 0.05 to 20% (mass.) polymeric thickener containing 20-100000 of monomer units and an average of at least 0.8-OOR groups, a monomer where R is independently selected from H, HE, and carbon-containing group,

b) 005-30% (mass.) hydrogen peroxide

C) 0.5 to 60% (mass.) one or more aliphatic carboxylic acids containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, their complex alilovic esters, anhydrides, and/or nagkalat,

where the content of active oxygen provided by ingredients (a) and (C)is at least 0.02 percent based on the total weight of the composition.

Due to the presence of a polymeric thickening agent (ingredient a), the washing composition according to the invention is more active against surface cleaning than comparable compositions which do not contain a thickener or contain other thickeners.

Moreover, thickeners reduce the mobility of the composition so that the possible longer periods of its contact with not horizontal surfaces. When cleaning the roof composition according to the present invention the composition before its admission into the environment is deactivated (i.e. has a lower content of active oxygen and a higher pH). Therefore, a separate neutralizing agent, which is used in the above-mentioned Application for Patent Australia, there is no need, and this means that the cleaning composition according to the present invention is more environmentally friendly and allows you to simplify the purification procedure.

The polymeric thickener is present in the composition and according to the invention in a concentration of, equal to at least 0.05% of (mass.), preferably, at least 0,1% (mass.), more preferably, at least 0.2 percent (mass.). The maximum concentration of 20% (mass.), preferably 10% (mass.), more preferably of 2.5% (mass.) (all percentages are given based on the total weight of the composition). Specialist in the art will understand that the concentration of the polymeric thickener in the composition also depends on the molecular weight of thickener: when a higher molecular weight, the preferred lower concentration.

Polymeric thickening agent usually contains at least 20 Monomeric units, preferably the thickener contains 20-100000, more preferably 100-75000, even more preferably 200-50000 of monomer units.

In one embodiment of the invention the polymeric thickening agent contains an average of at least 0.6-COOR groups, a monomer, preferably at least 0.7 and-COOR groups, a monomer, most preferably at least 0,8-COOR groups, a monomer where R is independently selected from H, HE or carbon-containing group. In other words, the thickener contains carboxylic acid (R=H), nakilat (R= OH) and/or ester (R=group containing a carbon atom). Group containing a carbon atom, may be any Deputy containing p is at least one carbon atom. Usually a group containing a carbon atom, selected from the group comprising alkyl, acyl and aryl.

At least in part-COOR groups present in the Deputy, R is a HE that speaks about the formation of functional groups nagkalat. It should be noted that the-COOR group can be present in the polymeric thickener already before adding it to the aqueous composition, that is, before contact with hydrogen peroxide, or they may be formed after contact with hydrogen peroxide.

In this description, the term "Monomeric link" does not apply to duplicate the link, but refers to the basic Monomeric unit. For example, xanthan gum duplicate link is pentamer of five pyranose rings. However, the monomer units are separate pyranose ring. As another example, Monomeric units of carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) are individual glucose units. In the context of the present invention, the expression "R is independently selected" means that for each individual-COOR groups in a polymeric thickener R is selected independently.

The polymeric thickener may be any polymeric thickener containing-COOR groups, which can form a peroxide group. In addition, the content of active oxygen in peroxidebased polymeric thickener which leaves at least 0,02% (mass.) based on the total weight of the composition. The authors of the present invention found that xanthan gum contains 0,6-COOR groups, a monomer, but does not form peroxide groups in the number corresponding to the present invention. Examples of suitable polymeric thickeners are Homo-, co - and terpolymer carboxylic acids, functionalized cellulose functionalized and/or cross-linked carboxymethylcellulose, polyacrylates, polymethacrylates, functionalized polystyrene (SMA polymers), alpha-methylthiopyrimidine acids, functionalized, EHEC, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), PVP and functionalized polyolefins and/or halogenated polyolefins.

Synthetic polymers obtained through polymerization, in particular (co)polymers derived from (meth)acrylate monomers, are less preferred because they are usually more difficult to biological decomposition method and more burdensome for the environment. Such synthetic polymers are also expensive. In addition, peroxidizable acrylate (co)polymers have a tendency to stand out and/or deposited from aqueous composition.

In one embodiment of the invention the polymeric thickener selected from ethers of cellulose, starch and polyesters. Examples of such polymer zagustiteleyj carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) and carboximetilkrahmal.

We have also studied the application of a combination of two or more of the above polymeric thickeners.

In yet another embodiment of the invention, such compositions thickeners may contain other inert thickeners to facilitate adjusting the viscosity without any adverse effect on the cleaning ability of the composition.

The pH value of the composition is 3 or less, preferably is in the range from 1 to 3.

Because the value of the pH of the aqueous composition is less than 3, and because the composition contains hydrogen peroxide, establishes the equilibrium between functionality carboxylic acids or esters and functionalities of nagkalat in thickeners.

As the second ingredient (ingredient b) the composition according to the invention contains hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is present in the composition according to the invention in amounts of 0.05-30% (mass.), preferably 1.5 to 20% (mass.) (based on H2About2on the total weight of the aqueous composition).

As the third ingredient (ingredient C) the composition according to the present invention includes at least a 0.5% (mass.), preferably, at least 1% (mass.), more preferably, at least 4% (mass.), most preferably, at least 7% (mass.) one or more carboxylic acid is t, containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, the corresponding complex alilovic esters, anhydrides, and/or nagkalat. The maximum number of such third ingredient is 60% (mass.), preferably 55% (mass.), most preferably 50% (mass.) based on the total weight of the composition.

In this description, the term "aliphatic carboxylic acid" refers to carboxylic acids in which the carboxylic acid group (i.e.- COOR group) is not attached directly to the aromatic ring. Although aromatic carboxylic acids, i.e. acids that contain a fragment of a carboxylic acid, directly attached to the aromatic ring (as benzoic acid or dipicolinic acid) can be present in compositions according to the invention as an additive, it is important that the composition includes at least a 0.5% (mass.) aliphatic carboxylic acid containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, the corresponding complex Olkiluoto ester, anhydride and/or nagkalat.

Aliphatic carboxylic acid may be a mono-, di - or trilisate.

In one embodiment of the invention aliphatic carboxylic acid is decollato or a mixture of decislon. In another embodiment of the invention aliphatic carboxylic acid contains from 3 to 8 carbon atoms./p>

Preferred aliphatic carboxylic acids are glutaric acid, succinic acid, adipic acid, citric acid, Picena acid, oxiana acid, maleic acid, malonic acid, Tarakanova acid, fumaric acid, tartaric acid, valeric acid, butyric acid, taconova acid and mixtures thereof. More preferred are glutaric acid, a mixture of glutaric acid and citric acid or a mixture containing 40-60% (mass.) glutaric acid, 15-35% (mass.) adipic acid and 15-30% (mass.) succinic acid. The advantage of glutaric acid is that it has good solubility, performance and has no smell.

Aliphatic carboxylic acids, which preferably should be present in the composition according to the present invention, are monochloropropane acid (monochlorpropionic acid MCPP), and acetic acid. The first contains chlorine, which is undesirable from the point of view of environmental pollution; the latter is undesirable due to a sharp smell, aggressiveness and high volatility.

Alkilany ester of aliphatic carboxylic acid containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, preferably represents a complex With1-C5alkilany ether, more preferably a complex With 1-C3alkilany ether, most preferably methyl ester. Can be used complex mono-, di - and treatery. Suitable also are monetary di - or tricarboxylic acids; neeterificirovannah(s) carboxyl group(s) group(s) of such compounds may have the functionality of the acid, anhydride or nagkalat.

In the presence of hydrogen peroxide (the ingredient (b) carboxylic acid, its anhydride and/or alkilany ether will be balanced by a corresponding nagkalat. The number of nagkalat present in the composition and secured to the presence of the ingredient (C)is preferably at least 5% (mass.), more preferably, at least 1% (mass.), most preferably, at least 2% (mass.). The maximum number of nagkalat provided by the presence of the ingredient (C)is preferably 20% (mass.), more preferably 10% (mass.), most preferably 5% (mass.) (based on the total weight of the aqueous composition).

In the embodiment of the invention, which is preferred from an economic point of view, the ingredient (C) includes a mixture of monoalkyl complex monoalkyl esters of glutaric acid, succinic acid and/or adipic acid. More preferably, it includes a mixture of monoalkyl complex monometallic esters of glutaric acid, succinic to the slots and/or adipic acid. Even more preferred are mixtures of monoalkyl complex monometallic esters of glutaric acid, succinic acid and adipic acid in amounts of 40-60% (mass.), 15-30% (mass.) and 15-30% (mass.) (based on the total weight of the ingredient (C), respectively.

The content of active oxygen provided peroxide functionalities in the ingredients (a) and (C)amounts to at least 0,02% (mass.), preferably, at least 0.05%, the most preferably at least 0,1% (mass.). The total oxygen content in the composition according to the present invention is preferably at least 1% (mass.), more preferably 1-25% (mass.), most preferably, 2-9% (mass.). The content of active oxygen determined by the method described in the examples, and expressed based on the total weight of the composition.

If necessary, the composition according to the present invention may further include an acid Branstad, for example an inorganic acid, such as H2SO4H3PO4or H3PO3. This acid catalyzes the formation of functionalities of nagkalat in the thickener and carboxylic acid, its anhydride or complex Akilova the air and contributes to the rapid achievement of equilibrium. It also serves to stabilize the composition and preservation of necessary meant what I pH level of 3 or less. This acid is preferably present in the composition in an amount of 0.01-2% (mass.), preferably of 0.02 to 0.5% (based on the total weight of the composition).

The water content of the compositions according to the present invention preferably is in the range from 30 to 90% (mass.), more preferably from 35 to 85% (mass.), most preferably from 40 to 80% (mass.).

Additional components that may be present in the composition according to the present invention include stabilizers, such as dipicolinic acid, alkylphosphate, alkylphosphonate, aminophosphate (e.g., Dequest®), aminocarboxylate (for example, NTA, EDTA, the pdta) and di - or polycarboxylates (for example, polylimonene acid, polyacrylate or copolymers of styrene and maleic acid). The stabilizer is preferably present in a concentration of 10-20000 ppm, more preferably 100-15000 M.D.. most preferably 200-10000 ppm (depending on the quality of the source materials). In addition, the composition may be present surfactants (for example, cationogenic, nonionic and anionic compounds derived from fatty acids or alcohols with longer carbon chains), hepatoblastoma additives or water-soluble alcohols (e.g. methanol, ethanol, propanol, glycols, glycerin). It should be noted that although surface-active and chelators is the following substances can be introduced into the composition, their presence is not necessary.

Further, the composition according to the present invention may contain one or more additional thickeners for increasing the viscosity and stability of viscosity, which leads to a longer contact time between the composition and the surface to be applied. Examples of additional thickeners are xanthan gum, clay, inorganic nanoparticles (including natural clay) and/or functionalized inorganic nanoparticles.

In order to increase the stability of the content of metals - in particular the content of Cu, Co, Fe, Ce, Mn, V, Cr or Ni in the composition according to the invention is preferably less than 1 ppm, more preferably less than 0.5 ppm (calculated as the metal content based on the total weight of the composition).

The composition according to the present invention preferably has the form of a transparent aqueous solution. Preferably, the composition according to the invention can be applied by spraying. Typically, the expression can be applied by spraying" means that the viscosity by Brookfield composition at the temperature of its application preferably does not exceed 6000 SP. However, envisages the use of equipment suitable for spraying compositions with a viscosity according to Brookfield over 6000 SP. Alternatively, the aqueous composition exhibiting the property of reducing the viscosity at the shear, may have a viscosity according to Brookfield over 6000 SP. Preferably, the viscosity according to Brookfield water compositions according to the invention is in the range of 0.1 to 6000 SP, more preferably 20-2000 SP, even more preferably 50-1000 JV, most preferably 50-750 SP.

The composition according to the invention can be obtained by mixing an aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide (for example, 70% solution of N2About2) with (i) a polymeric thickener, and (ii) optional additional water and/or additional ingredients. Preferably, the polymeric thickener pre-dissolved in water to obtain a composition that is sufficiently viscous and homogeneous. Then the resulting system is added to hydrogen peroxide to obtain the aqueous compositions according to the invention.

In another embodiment of the invention the aqueous composition can be obtained by mixing an aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide (for example, 70% solution of N2About2) with (i) a polymeric thickener, (ii) at least one carboxylic acid containing 1-8 carbon atoms, it alkilany ether, anhydride or mixed anhydride, and (iii), optionally, with additional water and/or additional ingredients. An example of a suitable mixed anhydride is mixing the anhydride obtained entries batch is eat anhydride glutaric acid with citric acid.

Ingredients may be added in any order. On an industrial scale for security purposes, you may want to hydrogen peroxide was added last. In another embodiment of the invention the polymeric thickener and hydrogen peroxide are mixed before adding to the carboxylic acid containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, it alkylamino ether or (mixed) anhydride. This enables you to better dissolve the thickener and accelerate the formation of nagkalat.

To improve (i) the speed with which the composition reaches equilibrium, (ii) its ability to be applied by spraying and/or (iii) its detergency, water composition according to the invention can be heated in the process of obtaining, storing, transporting and/or application. The composition is preferably heated to a temperature in the range of 25-70°C., more preferably 35-70°C., most preferably 40-60°C.

The composition according to the invention is especially suitable for cleaning surfaces such as porous and non-porous, being both indoors and outdoors, both horizontal and not horizontal. The types of surfaces that can be cleaned using the composition according to the invention, include stone (e.g., bricks, concrete, plaster, plasterboard, glass, asphalt, natural and synthetic is the development of polymeric materials (elastomers, thermoplastics, thermosets, metals, ceramics (glazed and unglazed), asbestos (aged) wood (hard, soft or synthetic), surface coatings and enameled surface and also cloth (synthetic or natural).

The composition is particularly suitable for cleaning the outside (porous) surfaces, such as roofs (roofs, facades of buildings, fences and the road surface.

Cleaning surfaces using the composition according to the invention is very easy, since the only necessary action is applying the composition to the surface, for example the application of the spray. Wash brushes or other mechanical processing are optional.

If necessary, the composition may be removed from the surface. It can be removed from the surface of the active, for example, by washing with water. However, the surfaces that are outdoors, the removal can be carried out in a natural way, for example, under the influence of surface rain and/or wind. For optimal effect it is recommended to wait at least one hour, more preferably at least three hours after application of the composition to the surface prior to its removal from the surface.

Using the compositions according to the invention with the surface may be removed by the AK chemical, and biological pollution. Depending on the formulation of the composition, the nature of the surface and the number and nature of contamination, the composition according to the invention is preferably applied to the surface in the amount of 100-500 ml/m2. If necessary, can be used multiple treatments.

In addition to the foregoing, it should be noted that the composition according to the invention can be used as a bleaching means, for example, for textiles or paper.

EXAMPLES

a)Quantitative determination of total content of active oxygen (active oxygen “JSC”)

The content of active oxygen determined by the application of 20 ml of glacial acetic acid in a conical flask with a volume of 200 ml, provided with a glass connection and the intake tube input for gaseous nitrogen. Then gaseous nitrogen is passed over the liquid surface. After 2 minutes add 4 ml of a solution of potassium iodide with a concentration of 770 g/l, and the reaction mixture was added with stirring a sample containing approximately 1.5 milliequivalent (meq) of active oxygen. The reaction mixture is left at least 10 minutes at 25°C ± 5°C.

To the resulting mixture add demineralized water (50 ml), then 3 ml of starch solution with a concentration of 5 g/L. Then, the reaction mixture was titrated with 0.1 N solution b is sulfate sodium to the point of discoloration. In parallel titration control sample.

The content of active oxygen in % (mass.) calculated by subtracting the volume in ml of sodium thiosulfate solution used in the control experiment, the volume used in the titration, by multiplying the obtained values for normality of sodium thiosulfate solution, then 800, and finally, by dividing by the mass of the sample peroxide in milligrams.

b) Potentiometric determination of the concentration of nakilat and content of active oxygen provided by nagkakamali

Sample containing peroxide, by weight of from 0.1 to 5 g load in chemical beaker with a volume of 150 ml was Added 100 ml of demineralized water and titrate with 0.1 N sodium hydroxide solution in ethanol using a potentiometric titrator with automatic detection of the end point, equipped with a combined glass calomel electrode (3M KCl in water).

See two jump capacity: the first due to the presence of organic acids (=V1), the second is the presence of nagkalat (=V2).

Content nadcisnienie functionality provided by the thickener and carboxylic acid containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, (% wt.) calculated by subtracting the values of V1from the value of V2by multiplying the obtained values for normality of the potassium hydroxide solution is then on the average molecular weight nadarbazevi acid and Monomeric units peroxidizing thickener and, finally, by dividing the obtained value by 10 mass of sample in grams. The obtained result is equal to the content of nagkalat in % (mass.).

The content of JSC provided by groups nagkalat, obtained by multiplying the values % (mass.), obtained above, on 16 and dividing the result by the molecular weight of the target peroxide. Free H2About2does not affect the data obtained by this method.

In the examples presented below, the total content of active oxygen composition determined as described above (method (a)), the content of active oxygen provided by groups nagkalat carboxylic acid containing 1 to 8 atoms of oxygen, and the polymeric thickener is determined using the method (b), and the content of active oxygen, provided H2About2determined by subtracting the value of the content of active oxygen provided by nagkakamali (method (b)), the total content of active oxygen (method ()).

Example 1

In a beaker with a volume of 2 liters mix 713,4 g of water, 155,4 g 50% solution of N2About2, 0,70 g Dequest® 2010 (aqueous solution 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphorous acid, Solutia) and 0.40 g of 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid (dipicolinic acid). The resulting mixture is heated to 32°C with stirring. Then add 5.0 g of CMC (Akucell AF 0305, Akzo Nobel, karboksimetilcelljuloza food is th grade with an average number of monomer units to about 2000 and an average of-COOR groups, a monomer in the range from 0.8 to 1.2) and the resulting mixture is homogenized by stirring for about 30 minutes. Then add 165,4 g of glutaric acid and, after 5 minutes, 2,31 g 96% solution of H2SO4. The mixture is stirred for 60 minutes at 32°C and filtered through a glass filter (size G-2) to obtain a clear colorless solution. Then the mixture was stored for 4 days at 30°C.

The pH value of the resulting solution is 1. The composition of the solution and the content of active oxygen (AO) are shown in table 1. Education functionalities of nagkalat in CMC confirmed by spectroscopic analysis.

Example 2

In a beaker with a volume of 2 liters 681,7 g of water heated to 50°C. In the glass slowly with stirring at a speed of 250 rpm add at 10.64 CMC (5.32 g, Akucell® AF 0305 and 5.32 g Akucell® AF 3275). The average number of-COOR groups, a monomer in CMC is in the range of 0.8-1.2. Stirring is continued for 15 minutes at a speed of 1000 Rev/min the Mixture is completely homogeneous. After that add dimethylglutaric (187,9 g), the mixture is cooled to 20°C and add dipicolinic acid (0,41 g) and Dequest® 2010 (0.85 grams). Then added with stirring to 13.8 g of 20% (mass.) solution of sulfuric acid, which reduces the pH-value of 4.54 to 1.70.

The resulting mixture was heated to 40°C and add 148,9 g of 70% solution of N2About2. The mixture is stirred for an additional 165 minutes at 40°C. the Mixture is cooled to 20°C and stored during the course the e 11 days. The composition of the mixture and the concentration of active oxygen are shown in table 1.

Comparative example 3

Prepare the solution according to example 1 with the difference that CMC replace 5.0 g xanthan gum (Rhodopol® 23). Xanthan gum contains, on average, 0,6-COOR groups in a monomer.

The pH value of the resulting solution is 1. Its composition and content of active oxygen are shown in table 1.

Comparative example 4

In a volume of 25 liters mix 6993,6 g of water, 1489,0 g of 70% solution of N2About2, 1612,6 g of glutaric acid, 4,07 g dipicolinic acid, 6,62 g Dequest® 2010 and 20.05 g of 96% H2SO4. The mixture was subjected to vortex mixing, resulting in temperature and o adiabatically increased to 24°C. the Mixture was stored for 5 days at 20°C to reach equilibrium.

The pH value of the resulting solution is 1. Its composition and content of active oxygen are shown in table 1.

Comparative example 5

Prepare the solution in accordance with the method of comparative example 4, but without the addition of glutaric acid. The content of active oxygen in the resulting solution are shown in table 1. Nagkalat in solution is not found.

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Table 1
Example 2Cf-
for example 3
Cf-
for example 4
Cf-
for example, 5
Thickener typeCMCCMCXanthan gum--
The amount of thickener (% wt.)0,51,00,5--
Glutaric acid (% wt.)161816160
H2About2(% wt.)1010101012
The total content of AO (% wt.)5,05,05,05,04,70
JSC from the thickener and nagpatuloy acid (% wt.)0,10,40,4-

Example 6

The samples of example 1 and comparative examples 3 and 4 have as cleansers for porcelain surfaces in accordance with the following method.

Prepare tea by adding 2 liters of boiling water for 30 grams of Ceylon black tea. Tea infused for 5 minutes and then filtered. To the filtrate add 0.1 ml of an aqueous solution of ferric sulfate (containing 5 g of ferric sulfate and 1 ml of 37% HCl per litre) for amplification of the dark any stains of tea.

In a tea Cup with a volume of 180 ml add 100 ml of the prepared tea blend. The temperature of the mixture in the tea Cup is 85°C. After 5 minutes the tea mixture is removed from the plate with a pipette. After this Cup filled with tea mixture, which is again removed with a pipette after 5 minutes. The tea Cup is left for 24 hours at room temperature, after which the contaminated Cup sprayed with 2 grams of a solution according to one of the above examples. After 5 minutes the Cup washed, slowly filling it with 175 ml of water with a temperature of 30°C, leave for 15 seconds and then empty. Immediately after this Cup assess for the presence of stains of tea. The results are presented in table 2.

The test shows that the composition is according to the invention (example 1) has a better cleaning effect, than the composition with another thickener type (comparative example 3) or without thickening agent (comparative example 4). The latter showed a very limited ability.

Table 2
The test results1
Example 1****
Comparative example 3***
Comparative example 4*
1* = low cleaning ability/ **** = high washing capacity

Reference examples 7-10

Prepare a number of drugs to determine the degree of peroxidation of thickeners that can be achieved using the procedures described above are received. Prepared compositions do not contain ingredient (C), that is, aliphatic carboxylic acid, its anhydride, alkylboron ether or nagkalat. Received the following connections:

Reference example 7

To 356,7 g demineralized water while stirring with 77.7 g of 70% solution of N2About2, 0.35 g Dequest® 2010 and 0.20 g dipicolinic acid. The mixture is heated to 33°C. Optionally, solub who are lysed 3.75 g MCC (Akucell AF 0305, Akzo Nobel) for 60 minutes. Then add to 1.16 g of 96%H2SO4and the mixture was stirred at 33°C for an additional 120 minutes. The resulting mixture was filtered through a G-2 filter to remove traces of insoluble CMC. The mixture was stored at 35°C for 4 days. The pH value after storage is 1.2.

The analysis shows that the content of JSC provided with groups of nagkalat resulting from the interaction of hydrogen peroxide with CMC, is 0.3% (mass.). Additionally, after storage during the week the concentration of AO, provided these chemical groups increases to 0.8% (wt.).

Reference example 8

To 356,7 g demineralized water while stirring with 77.7 g of 70% solution of N2About2, 0.35 g Dequest® 2010 and 0.20 g dipicolinic acid. The mixture is heated to 33°C. Optionally in a mixture solubilizing 3.75 g xanthan gum (Rhodopol®) for 60 minutes. Then add to 1.16 g of 96%H2SO4and the mixture was stirred at 33°C for an additional 60 minutes. After a night during which the mixture is slowly stirred with a magnetic stirrer) the mixture is filtered and stored in an oven at 35°C for 4 days. The pH value after storage is 1.2.

Although in solution and there is a very small amount of AO secured by groups of nagkalat resulting from the interaction of the peroxide is odorata with xanthan gum, this number is below the minimum level, allowing accurate determination of the present number.

Reference example 9

To 356,7 g demineralized water while stirring with 77.7 g of 70% solution of N2About2, 0.35 g Dequest® 2010 and 0.20 g dipicolinic acid. The mixture is heated to 33°C. Optionally in solution solubilizing 3.75 g MCC (Akucell AF 0305, Akzo Nobel) for 60 minutes. After that, the mixture was stirred at 33°C for an additional 60 minutes and then left overnight with slow stirring with a magnetic stirrer. Thus obtained homogeneous mixture was stored at 35°C for 4 days. The analysis shows that the content of JSC provided with groups of nagkalat resulting from the interaction of hydrogen peroxide with a thickener, 0.3% (mass.).

Reference example 10

To 356,7 g demineralized water while stirring, add 0.35 g Dequest® 2010 and 0.20 g dipicolinic acid. The mixture is heated to 33°C. Optionally in solution solubilizing 7.5 g MCC (food grade, Akzo Nobel) for 45 minutes. The mixture is then stirred with a magnetic stirrer during the night. After that, determine the content of nagkalat in the mixture. The analysis shows that the groups of nagkalat in the sample are missing.

Compositions according to the reference examples 7-10 analyze the soda is the content of active oxygen and nagkalat using methods, described above. Before analysis, the samples stored for 4 days at 35°C. the Results are shown in table 3.

The analysis results show that the polymeric thickeners are able to form groups nagkalat. The composition of reference example 7 were also analyzed after prolonged storage at room temperature. The results of the analysis show that after storage of the contents of nagkalat increases.

Table 3
Cf-
for example
ThickenerNorgan. acidTimeThe total content of AO (% wt.)JSC provided by nagkakamali (% wt.)
7CMCH2SO4After receiving5,900,3
7CMCH2SO4After storage for 4 weeks at room temperature5,880,8
8 Xanthan gumH2SO4After receivingof 5.89You cannot define
9CMCnoAfter receiving5,940,3
10CMCnoAfter receiving0You cannot define

1. Aqueous composition for cleaning surfaces having a pH value equal to 3 or less, and comprising the following ingredients (based on the total weight of the composition): a) 0.05 to 20 wt.% polymeric thickener containing 20-100000 of monomer units and an average of at least 0.8-COOR groups, a monomer, where for each individual-COOR group, R is independently selected from H, HE, and carbon-containing group, b) 0.05 to 30 wt.% of hydrogen peroxide in terms of H2O2C) 0.5 to 60 wt.% one or more aliphatic carboxylic acids containing from 1 to 8 carbon atoms, their complex alilovic esters, anhydrides, and/or nagkalat, where the content of active oxygen provided by the presence of ingredients a) and C), the composition is employed at least 0.02 wt.% (based on the total weight of the composition).

2. The aqueous composition according to claim 1, where the content of active oxygen due to the presence of ingredients a) and C)is at least 0.1 wt.% (based on the total weight of the composition).

3. The aqueous composition according to claim 2, where one or more aliphatic carboxylic acids selected from glutaric acid, succinic acid, adipic acid, citric acid, glycidol acid, exucuse acid, maleic acid, malonic acid, tarakanovas acid, fumaric acid, tartaric acid, valerianic acid, butyric acid and basis of itaconic acid.

4. The aqueous composition according to claim 3, where ingredient (C) includes a mixture of monoalkyl, monoalkyl esters of glutaric acid, succinic acid and/or adipic acid.

5. The aqueous composition according to any one of claims 1 and 2, additionally comprising from 0.01 to 2 wt.% inorganic acid.

6. The aqueous composition according to any one of claims 1 and 2, where the polymeric thickener is present in an amount of 0.2 to 2.5 wt.%.

7. The aqueous composition according to any one of claims 1 and 2, where ingredient (C) is present in the total number of 7-40 wt.%.

8. The method of cleaning the surface, where the aqueous composition according to any one of claims 1 to 7 is applied on a given surface.

9. The method of claim 8, where the temperature of the aqueous composition when it is applied to the surface is 25-70°C.

10. The method of claim 8, further washing the surface of the water./p>

11. The method of claim 8, followed by maintaining the surface wind and/or rain.

12. The method of claim 8, where the surface is composed of stone, concrete, plaster, plasterboard, glass, asphalt, natural or synthetic polymeric materials, metals, glazed or unglazed ceramic materials, asbestos, wood, surface coated, enameled surfaces, or synthetic or natural fabrics.

13. The method of claim 8, where the surface is outdoors.

14. The method of claim 8, where the surface is porous.

15. The use of aqueous compositions according to any one of claims 1 to 7 as a bleaching means.



 

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