Basic Soap Making
Soy Sauce Oil The soy sauce oil obtained from pressing of the fermented mash comes mainly from the denatured oil in the soybean. It has the brown appearance of soy sauce and is very viscous. The neutral oil is mainly ether esters. It is used as substrate for making soap or as deodorant in the production of amino acid liquid.
The uses of alcohol are very numerous and varied, the principal being, of course, for the production of all alcoholic liquors such as brandy, gin, rum, whiskey, liquors, etc. that distilled from grain is almost entirely consumed in the manufacture of whiskey, gin, and British brandy. In the arts, strong alcohol is employed by the perfumers and makers of essences for dissolving essential oils, soaps, etc., and for extracting the odor of flowers and plants by the varnish-makers for dissolving resins by photographers in the preparation of collodion by the pharmaceutists in the preparation of tinctures and other valuable medicaments by chemists in many analytical operations, and in the manufacture of numerous preparations by instrument makers in the manufacture of delicate thermometers by the anatomist and naturalist as an antiseptic and in medicine, both in a concentrated form (rectified spirit), and diluted (proof spirit, brandy, etc.), as a stimulant, tonic, or irritant, and for...
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