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Cosmetology State Board Prep (Chemistry)

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An example of mixture would be:
Putting sugar in your coffee
Humectants:
Temporarily attract and hold moisture, are found in an instant conditioner
Organic Chemistry:
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 _______________.
Salt
The smallest particle of an element is the:
Atom
Compound:
The formation of a new product buy the uniting of two or more elements
Iron, sulfur, oxygen and silver are all examples of:
Elements
Sodium chloride is also considered a:
Salt
Pure water with a pH of 7 is considered to be
Neutral
Sulfurated oils are likely to be found in
Soapless Shampoos
The most abundant element is:
Oxygen
The second most abundant element is:
Hydrogen
Liquid soap lathers easily in the presence of:
Soft Water
A soap solution with a pH factor of ten, would be considered to be a/an:
Alkali
Base
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:
Alkaline Substances
The pH of hair is?
4.5-5.5
Borax
Can soften hard water
Sulfide Bonds:
The bonds of the cortex that require a strong chemical to break them
An alkaline shampoo does what to the hair?
Swells
The pH of sodium hydroxide is?
10-14
The pH of ammonium thioglycolate is?
8.2-9.6
Base surfactant
The second ingredient in shampoo to the addition of water
The pH of shampoo used after a lightening service is the?
4.5-6.5
Ultraviolet rays
Consists of 80% of natural sunshine
Quaternary ammonium compounds are used as a:
Disinfectant
Red Dermal Light
Eye pads should be applied before using when giving a facial
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