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Ankur Singh from Saint john's senior secondary school kota, asked a question
Subject: Chemistry , asked on 2/10/09

what is chemical formula of soap

Anupam Kaur From Ddd, added an answer, on 22/2/10
1 helpful votes in Chemistry

Hey, The correct chemical for soap is  C17H33COONa.  This is because chemically  soap is  a sodium or potassium salt of fatty acids of long Carbon Chains.

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Kanwar Preet From Bahadur Chand Munjal Arya Model Sch, added an answer, on 3/10/09
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C17H33COOH  , C17H35COOH

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Vibhav Joshi From Aryaman Vikram Birla Institute Of Learning, added an answer, on 22/8/10
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C17H35COONa and C17H31COONa are the correct chemical formula's of soap.

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Shubham Anand From Amity International School, added an answer, on 4/10/09

 C6 h12 o12

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