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A salt or ester of sulfonic acid.
tr.v. sul·fo·nat·ed, sul·fo·nat·ing, sul·fo·nates
1. To introduce into (an organic compound) one or more sulfonic acid groups.
2. To treat with sulfonic acid.

sul′fo·na′tion n.


(Chemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphonation
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NATs to HPeV types 1, 3, and 6 in intravenous immunoglobulin preparations commercially available in Japan * Preparation Country Year IVIG treatment ([dagger]) obtained Batch 1 Japan 2010, 2011 PEG Batch 2 Japan 2010 Freeze-dried PEG Batch 3-1 Japan 2011 Sulfonation Batch 3-2 Japan 2011,2012 Sulfonation Batch 4 United States 2012 Ion-exchange resin Batch 5 Germany 2012 pH4 Preparation NATs HPeV1 HPeV3 HPeV6 Batch 1 1:1,024 1:512 1:2,048 Batch 2 1:1,024 1:512 1:1,024 Batch 3-1 1:1,024 1:512 1:2,048 Batch 3-2 1:1,024 1:1,024 1:2,048 Batch 4 1:1,024 1:512 1:2,048 Batch 5 1:2,048 1:512 1:2,048 * HPeV1, human parechovirus type 1; IVIG, intravenous immunoglobulin; NATs, neutralizing antibody titers; PEG, polyethylene glycol.
Our long-term supply agreement with The Sun Products Corporation, announced on July 9, 2015, has significantly improved our North American sulfonation capacity utilization.
The supply agreement was made possible due to the strength of our sulfonation expertise and North American supply network, that provide Sun with multiple source locations and increased surfactant flexibility," said F.
Different aromatic polymers such as poly(arylene ether sulfone) [5, 6], poly(arylene ether ketone) [7, 8], and polyimide and other polymers [9-11] have been investigated as base skeleton for sulfonation.
It is used in chemical manufacturing as a sulfonation and sulfomethylation agent.
Guanidination and sulfonation procedures on adsorbed peptides were carried out according to the protocol described by Chen et al.
22) Polymer electrolyte membrane with nanomatrix channel prepared by sulfonation of natural rubber grafted with polystyrene.
This condition indicated that sulfonation of the monoterpene components can improve the bioavailability and delay their absorption in mice.
Suryani, Liu, YL, "In Situ Sulfonation and Formation of Polybenimidazole Nanocomposite Membranes Using Sulfonated Silica Nanoparticles for Fuel Cell Applications.
Some gut bacteria, including Clostridium difficle, metabolize tyrosine to p-cresol, which can compete with -acetaminophen for sulfonation in the gut.
Serum albumin FSGS Cys34 is albumin sulfonation on residue most Cys34 residue susceptible to adducts.
In the case of the sulfonated triblock co-polymer, the increasing the sulfonation level leads to the ability of the membrane to transport water and other polar molecules through the film.