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sul·fone

 (sŭl′fōn′)
n.
Any of various organic sulfur compounds having a sulfonyl group attached to two carbon atoms.
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sulfone

(ˈsʌlfəˌneɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the US preferred spelling of sulphone
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sul•fone

(ˈsʌl foʊn)

n.
any of a class of organic compounds containing the bivalent group SO2, united with two hydrocarbon groups.
[1870–75; < German Sulfon; see sulfur, -one]
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In based PSU, the sulfone S=O group was symmetric wave number is 1150.00cm-1; the peak shifted to 1125.89 cm-1 without any large change because of vibration stretching.
Due to the repeating ether unit in the network flexibility is introduced with an increased toughness [5, 6], PEA-cured epoxies are commonly employed for controlled cure, homogeneity, and fast [T.sub.g] and strength development [7], One of the major curing agents for high temperature structural adhesives and fiber composites is the 3,3'-diamino diphenyl sulfone (DDS) [8-10].
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The plasma concentrations of sulindac, sulindac sulfide, and sulindac sulfone were determined by UPLC, while the pharmacokinetic parameters of the two different FMO3 genotypes were compared with each other.
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