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sul·fo·nate

(sŭl'fō-nāt),
A salt or ester of sulfonic acid.

sul·fo·nate

(sŭl'fō-nāt)
A salt or ester of sulfonic acid.
Synonym(s): sulphonate.
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The base polymer used for the preparation of the sulfonated membranes is sPS, (Mn = 300,000 g/mol; syndiotacticity index = 98%), available commercially from Dow Chemical under the trade name Questra.
Sulfonated Polyaniline (SPAN) was obtained as described previously [19] and polyaniline was doped with TSA [22, 23].
28] reported the use of sulfonated PEK membranes in fuel cells.
As concern sulfonated PBI copolymers, peak I, which always appears at about 10[degrees]C above the crystallization temperature can be considered as due to the melting of crystals formed during a secondary crystallization process (16).
Zinc salt of a sulfonated EPDM ionomer (ZnSEPDM) has gained special interest because of its unique properties arising from strong ionic interactions, as compared to other ionic groups [17, 18].
For example, Weiss and co-workers (48, 50-52) reported miscibility for blends of polyamide-6 (PA-6) with metal salts of sulfonated polystyrene (MSPS) ionomers.
3]H groups can be removed from sulfonated compounds with dilute solutions of acids or with water (Scheme 4).
A closely related system, also based upon the rubbery poly(ethylene-co-butylene) mid-block and polystyrene end-blocks, is sulfonated poly(styrene-b-ethylene-co-butylene-b-styrene) (S-EB-S) synthesized and extensively characterized by Weiss et al.
Lundberg and Makowski (39) reported that for sulfonated polystyrene ionomer melts, the viscosity enhancement was much greater than for carboxylated systems.