By John Cross
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The presence of a neutral ethoxylated species in the sample can complicate this separation process due to its high solubility in the aqueous layer. (b) Solvent Extraction from Neutral Solution If the sample dissolves readily in water, extraction with n-butanol (the lightest of the homologous series of alcohols to be regarded as immiscible with water) will quantitatively remove most surfactants. The butanol layer, however, will contain a considerable amount of water and as a consequence will also contain a significant quantity of inorganic salts.
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