vinyltoluene

vinyltoluene

[¦vīn·əl′täl·yə‚wēn]
(organic chemistry)
CH2:CHC6H4CH3 A colorless, flammable, moderately toxic liquid; soluble in ether and methanol, slightly soluble in water; boils at 170°C; used as a chemical intermediate and solvent. Also known as methyl styrene.
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% from at least one aromatic monomer from the group consisting of alpha-methylstyrene and/ or styrene and/or vinyltoluene and/or indene and/or coumarone and/or methyl indene and/or methylcoumarone.
Turbak (41) sulfonated poly(vinyltoluene) and polystyrene in the homogeneous phase without significant crosslinking by using higher complexes of S[O.sub.3] with triethyl phosphate as sulfonating agents.