Synthesis and Properties of a Novel Borate Ester Surfactant Containing Nitrogen as Textile Oils
Dodecyl-borate ester (LB) was prepared by using laurel alcohol and boric acid as starting materials. The novel borate ester surfactant containing nitrogen (LNB) can be formed by reacting with diethanol amine and dodecyl-borate ester. The chemical structure of the product was identified by 1H NMR spectroscopy and IR spectrum. The stability of the foam formed was also evaluated. As expected, these surfactants exhibit good surface properties and show low foaming power. This paper mainly studies its antistatic behavior at different temperatures and in the different treatment. At the same time, we study foaming power at the optimal antistatic condition and scanning electron microscopy research it in textile fibers.
X. N. Li et al., "Synthesis and Properties of a Novel Borate Ester Surfactant Containing Nitrogen as Textile Oils", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 2428-2432, 2011