sulfinate

sulfinate

[‚səl·fə′nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A compound containing the R2SX2 grouping, where X is a halide.
A salt of sulfinic acid having the general formula R·OH·S:O.
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We observed a significant decrease in mRNAs encoding the taurine biosynthetic enzymes cysteine dioxygenase (CDO) and cysteine sulfinate decarboxylase (CSD), the rate-limiting enzyme for the conversion of cysteine to taurine (Bitoun and Tappaz 2000a, 2000b), in the livers of TCDF-treated [Ahr.
benzoyl peroxide, t-butyl hydroperoxid) and reducing agent sodium hydroxymethane- sulfinate, ascorbic acid, acetone bisulfite) styrene and emulsion redox couple-- butyl acrylate reductant: sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate; oxidant: tert-butyl hydroperoxide styrene, bulk or monoperoxycarbonate acrylonitrile solution and peroxide and polyol styrene and emulsion redox couple butyl acrylate (di-isoprapy/ benzenedi- hydroperoxide and ascorbic acid) two or more emulsion redox couple-- different reductant: monomers aminoiminome- thanesulfinic acid; oxdiant: tert-butyl hydroperoxide two or more emulsion mercaptane (e.
Studies indicate that these chemicals, including, hydroxy phenyl benzene sulfinate (HPBS), can be potentially lower-cost, biodegradable building-blocks in the manufacture of detergents.
For example, CCP chemicals that have been identified as capable of inducing allergic reactions in humans include paratoluene sulfinate of Michler's hydrol, crystal violet lactone, alkyphenol novolac resin, and diethylenetriamine (Kanerva et al.
He said that studies indicate that these chemicals, including, hydroxy phenyl benzene sulfinate (HPBS), can be potentially lower-cost and biodegradable building-blocks in the manufacture of detergents.
The patent covers the use of hydroxy phenyl benzene sulfinate (HPBS), a product of the company's patented biodesulfurization (BDS) process.
He said that studies indicate that the substance, hydroxy phenyl benzene sulfinate (HPBS), can be a potentially lower-cost and biodegradable building-block in the manufacture of detergents.
He said that studies indicate that the substance, hydroxy phenyl benzene sulfinate (HPBS), can be a lower-cost and potentially biodegradable building-block in the manufacture of detergents.