an ester or salt derived from a sulfonic acid.
verb (used with object), sul·fo·nat·ed, sul·fo·nat·ing.
to make into a sulfonic acid, as by treating an aromatic hydrocarbon with concentrated sulfuric acid.
to introduce the sulfonic group into (an organic compound).
Origin of sulfonate
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A salt or ester of sulfonic acid.
To introduce one or more sulfonic acid groups into an organic compound.
To treat with sulfonic acid.
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A salt or ester of sulfonic acid, containing the group SO3H.
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