sulphamates

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sulphamates

Drugs used to treat epilepsy. An example is topiramate (Topamax).
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These polyurethaneureas can be cast as a film and subsequently treated with N-chlorosulphonyl isocyanate to produce sulphamate and carboxylate groups on the film surface.
In the case of trees, this may mean having the stump ground out to destroy the material on which the fungus can feed or treating it with one of the stump killers based on ammonium sulphamate.
Finishes available include acid gold, pure gold, silver, bright tin, 60/40 tin lead, sulphamate nickel, etc.
The high sulphur levels in the nickel powder persisted and it was eventually discovered that the solution also contained significant levels of sulphamate ion.
Nickel Sulphamate is another process which is coming under close scrutiny and will soon also have significant restrictions on handling, housekeeping and emissions.
It is best removed from trees by severing the stems at soil level, and treating stumps with ammonium sulphamate.