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Detergents a cleaning agent made from oil which resembles soap in its ability to remove oil and hold dirt
Lubricants A substance that can reduce friction by helping surfaces slide smoothly past each other
Pesticides A chemical substances for destroying unwanted plants and animals
Pharmaceuticals A medicine that is prepared of dispensed in pharmacies and used in medical treatment
Biodegradable A material able to be broken down by bacteria and micro-organisms
Emulsion One liquid mixed with another liquid in which it does not dissolve
Micro-flora micro-organisms that live on or in the body without causing disease
soap A cleaning agent made by the action of alkali and oils
Surfactants Wetting agents that lower the surface tensions