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sulfonates

[sul′fənāts]
a class of anticholinesterase compounds used as insecticides.
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Herein, a single step route was used to synthesize a new type of epoxidized methyl ester sulfonate (Chonlin et al.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament's environment committee has tabled giving the printing industry time to deal with a proposed European Union (EU) ban on perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) environmentally damaging chemicals used in photography.
The line includes a range of sulfonates and sulfates marketed under the tradename Calimulse.
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following applications: sulfonates and sulfonic acid-based anionic surfactants, sulfate-based anionic surfactants and sulfosuccinate-based anionic surfactants.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed effectively banning the use of perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) within the European Union (EU) on health grounds in carpet production.
succinimides (dominant), as well as calcium and magnesium sulfonates are also added.
Prior to the development of Boron CLS Bond(R), lubricant additives contained graphite, chorine, molybdenum, sulfonates and zinc/phosphorus compounds that did not chemically bond to metal surfaces, and were either toxic or produced toxic byproducts and/or corrosive acids.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed effectively banning perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) within the European Union on health grounds: the chemical provides grease, oil and water resistance to textile goods, leather and other materials.
In the surfactant product line, sulfonates, sulfates, sulfosuccinates and phosphate esters are useful in a wide variety of rubber and plastic applications.
With the industry reformulating to replace natural sulfonates, this seems like the perfect time to introduce new solutions to the marketplace," Macpherson said.
Aristonate[R] oil-soluble sulfonates, Aristonic[R] Acids, Calamide[R] amides, CalBiend[R] performance blends, Calfax[R] diphenyl oxide disulfonates, Calfoam[R] alcohol/ether sulfates, Calimulse[R] sulfonates and sulfates, Calsoft[R] sulfonates, Calsuds[R] detergent concentrates, Caltaine[R] betaines and Pilot[R] specialties and hydrotropes.
PARIS (ICIS News)--The European Commission has proposed effectively and formally banning the use of perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) within the European Union (EU) on health grounds for treating a range of materials, including textiles, upholstery, leather, carpets and clothing.