sulfonic acid


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sul·fon·ic ac·id

(sŭl-fon'ik as'id),
Any of the compounds in which a hydrogen atom of a CH group is replaced by the sulfonic acid group, -SO3H; general formula: R-SO3H.
Synonym(s): sulfoacid (2)

sul·fon·ic ac·id

(sŭl-fon'ik as'id)
Any of the compounds in which a hydrogen atom of a CH group is replaced by the sulfonic acid group -SO3H; general formula: R-SO3H.
Synonym(s): sulphonic acid, sulphonic.

sulfonic acid

Any of the organic compounds having the general formula SO2OH, derived from sulfuric acid by replacement of a hydrogen atom.
See also: acid
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Analysis results of the liquefaction residues obtained from phenol liquefaction of cellulose-hot-water extract (HWE) mixtures in the presence of p-toluene sulfonic acid (PTSA) and sulfuric acid (SA) catalysts.
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