Biodegradable detergentsCleansing agents or
detergentswhich are decomposed by microbes are called biodegradabledetergents.
Their molecules have less branching. Examples: Sodium n-dodecyl benzene
sulphonate. Soap is also a biodegradabledetergent (not synthetic). Such detergents
do not create waterpollution.
Non-biodegradable detergents These
detergents are not decomposedby microbes and called non-biodegradable. When go
to water sources,they create water pollution. These have more branching in
Example: Most of the
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