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Washing Dish with Soap Chem239B, 2007 At the molecular level the detergent molecules are adsorbed onto the grease, and your agitation or scrubbing is breaking the grease into small droplets. The role of the detergent is to prevent the droplets coalescing and redepositing on the plate.

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