Definition of Sulfonated

1. Verb. (past of sulfonate) ¹



2. Adjective. Treated or reacted with a sulfonic acid ¹

3. Adjective. modified by the addition of a sulfonate group ¹

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Definition of Sulfonated

1. sulfonate [v] - See also: sulfonate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sulfonated

sulfobetaine
sulfocarbonate
sulfochloride
sulfocyanic
sulfoglycolipid
sulfoglycolipids
sulfohemoglobin
sulfohemoglobins
sulfolane
sulfolipid
sulfolipids
sulfonal
sulfonamide
sulfonamides
sulfonate
sulfonated (current term)
sulfonates
sulfonating
sulfonation
sulfonations
sulfone
sulfonediimine
sulfonediimines
sulfonephthalein
sulfones
sulfonic
sulfonic acid
sulfonic anhydride
sulfonimide
sulfonimides

Literary usage of Sulfonated

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1. Technical Methods of Analysis as Employed in the Laboratories of Arthur D by Roger Castle Griffin, Arthur D. Little, Inc (1921)
"sulfonated oils are made by treating various oils with H2SO4. ... Formerly castor oil was supposed to give a better sulfonated oil than any other but this ..."

2. Bleaching and Related Processes as Applied to Textile Fibers and Other Materials by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1921)
"These oils fall under the general class of sulfonated oils and are soluble ... Mono- pole Oil is a more highly sulfonated product than ordinary Turkey- red ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Although it was possible to obtain purple solutions (two-electron reduction) of both sulfonated and un- sulfonated Co phthalocyanines by electrolytic and ..."

4. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"sulfonated fats or oils. I. LEVINSTEIN and LEVINSTEIN, LTD. Brit., 16890, July 16, 1914. Hydrogenated saponifiable fats or oils are sulfonated by melting, ..."

5. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... is successively nitrated, condensed with /ยป-toluidine, and sulfonated; a similar product is obtained from the oxazole derived from 2 ..."

6. Niosh Recommendations for Occupational Safety & Health: Compendium of Policy by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"... amide Sulfathiazole sulfonated cresol sulfonated oleic acid, sodium salt of sulfonated vegetable oil Tannic acid Tar Tebuthiuron ..."

7. The Chemistry of the Non-benzenoid Hydrocarbons and Their Simple Derivatives by Benjamin Talbott Brooks (1922)
"CH(CH.,)2 are much more readily .sulfonated and oxidized than normal paraffine hydrocarbons and it is possible that the large losses experienced in the ..."

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