Definitions for "Wetting Agent"
material that decreases the contact angle of a liquid on a surface; a substance added to a spray to reduce the surface tension of the applied droplets. See also surfactant.
A substance that renders a surface non-repellent to a wetting liquid.
A surfactant, similar to a detergent.
something that helps make water wetter, The opposite of "beading up." Algaecides such as dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride and close variants are useful in helping sanitizers, shock treatments and premium algaecides penetrate the outer layers of some type of resistant algae. Refer to the listing for polymucosaccharide for additional information.