Cosmetology State Board Prep (Chemistry)
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An example of mixture would be:
Putting sugar in your coffee
Temporarily attract and hold moisture, are found in an instant conditioner
The branch of chemistry that deals with products containing carbon
When the hydrogen in an acid is replaced by a metal. the result is a _______________.
The smallest particle of an element is the:
The formation of a new product buy the uniting of two or more elements
Iron, sulfur, oxygen and silver are all examples of:
Sodium chloride is also considered a:
Pure water with a pH of 7 is considered to be
Sulfurated oils are likely to be found in
The most abundant element is:
The second most abundant element is:
Liquid soap lathers easily in the presence of:
A soap solution with a pH factor of ten, would be considered to be a/an:
A product that contains both hydrogen and Oxygen that turns red litmus paper blue
When should a hair tinting record be made?
Every time a client receives a tint
Shaving soaps used in the barber-styling shop are animal or vegetable oils and:
The pH of hair is?
Can soften hard water
The bonds of the cortex that require a strong chemical to break them
An alkaline shampoo does what to the hair?
The pH of sodium hydroxide is?
The pH of ammonium thioglycolate is?
The second ingredient in shampoo to the addition of water
The pH of shampoo used after a lightening service is the?
Consists of 80% of natural sunshine
Quaternary ammonium compounds are used as a:
Red Dermal Light
Eye pads should be applied before using when giving a facial
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