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sulfone

 [sul´fōn]
a compound containing two hydrocarbon radicals attached to the -SO2- group, especially dapsone (4,4´-sulfonylbisbenzenamine) and its derivatives, which are potent antibacterials effective against many gram-positive and gram-negative organisms and are widely used in treatment of leprosy.

sul·fone

(sŭl'fōn),
A compound of the general structure R'-SO2-R".

sulfone

/sul·fone/ (sul´fōn)
1. the radical SO2.
2. a compound containing two hydrocarbon radicals attached to the —SO2— group, especially dapsone and its derivatives, which are potent antibacterials effective against many gram-positive and gram-negative organisms and are widely used as leprostatics.

sulfone

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

sul·fone

(sŭl-fōn)
A compound of the general structure R'-SO2-Rd'.
Synonym(s): sulphone.

sulfone

a compound containing two hydrocarbon radicals attached to the −SO2− group, especially dapsone (4,4′-sulfonylbisbenzenamine) and its derivatives, which are potent antibacterials effective against many gram-positive and gram-negative organisms, and are widely used in humans as leprostatics.
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Rigid agarose gels cross-linked with divinyl sulphone (DVS).
2] > OH Epoxy(bis) Vinyl sulphone Sulphonyl Vinyl sulphone SH > [NH.
s] is strongly correlated with the observed decrease in room temperature modulus, suggesting that the reason for the decrease is the existence of strong segmental motion related to incorporation of the diphenyl sulphone moiety in the epoxy network.
a] values of the first degradation stage in oxidative atmosphere, which is the usual environment of the degradations of polymers, were considerably higher than those found for similar polymers containing only one sulphone group in the repeating unit [9-11], thus indicating a higher thermal stability from the kinetic point of view;
Since, making dyes will increase the requirement of intermediates, the company will raise the capacity of H-acid by 750 tonnes and vinyl sulphone by 1000 tonnes.
4,4-diamino diphenyl sulphone and 4,4'-diamino diphenyl methane (DDM) were purchased from Aldrich, India.
Q-Sep UF membranes are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulphone (PES) material that provides high fibre strength and excellent low fouling characteristics resulting in higher productivity.
Methionine were determined as methionine sulphone with separate samples were hydrolyzed for 24 h as described above following oxidation with performic acid overnight at 0[degrees]C (Moore, 1963).
Baxi, Studies on sulphone derivatives: preparation and antimicrobial activity of thiosemicarbazides, thiazolidones, triazoles, oxadiazoles and thiadiazoles, Indian J.
The heteroatoms (N, O, S) are present as carboxylic acids, carbonyl, phenol, pyrroles, pyridine, thiol, thiophene and sulphones while the metals (Ni and V) are mostly present as organometallic compounds (Gawrys et al.