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The Antifungal Agent Used in Wipes

I am "into" chemicals that are iconic for the product , lately. I am also enamored by MS-Paint. So I combine the two in articles.

Yesterday I wrote briefly (I call it a "QS Nugget") of the hypoallergenic anti-fungal agent in cosmetic wipes, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate .

The word carbamate always did interest me. A funny occurrence: once I wrote in Microsoft Word, using the word in the article. Well, the spell-checker was on and it told me I needed to replace the word carbamate with crabmeat! Truly a yummy correction.

Anyway, here is the article. I hope you will read it. It really isn't all that tough...

The Chemical Structure of the Anti-Fungal Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate

Image Credit » A wipe.

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MegL wrote on September 3, 2019, 11:01 AM

I certainly would not like to substitute carbamate for crabmeat, even if it's hypoallergenic! LOL

Last Edited: September 4, 2019, 1:23 AM