STUDIES ON DECOMPOSITION AND STABILIZATION OF DRUGS IN SOLUTION. XV. HYDROLYSIS OF SODIUM OCTYL, MYRISTYL, CETYL, AND PENTADECANE-8-SULFATES.

@article{Nogami1963STUDIESOD,
  title={STUDIES ON DECOMPOSITION AND STABILIZATION OF DRUGS IN SOLUTION. XV. HYDROLYSIS OF SODIUM OCTYL, MYRISTYL, CETYL, AND PENTADECANE-8-SULFATES.},
  author={H. Nogami and Y. Kanakubo},
  journal={Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin},
  year={1963},
  volume={11},
  pages={
          943-7
        }
}
The hydrolysis of sodium octyl (SOS), myristyl (SMS) and cetyl sulfate (SCS) as sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) homologue and that of sodium pentadecane-8-sulfate (SPS) as secondary alcohol sulfate in hydrochloric acid solution were studied. 1) It was recognized that the sodium alkyl sulfates were relatively stable below their critical micelle concentration (CMC) and less stable above their CMC as well as SLS. Accordingly, this phenomenon was ascribed to the micellization and the ionic atmosphere… Expand
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