sulfation

sulfation
Addition of sulfate groups as esters to preexisting molecules.

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sul·fa·tion (sul-faґshən) addition of a sulfate group to a molecule.

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  • sulfation — noun The replacement of a hydrogen atom of an organic compound with a sulfate ( OSOOH) functional group, or the replacement of the hydrogen atoms of two molecules to form a sulfate (R OSOO R) …   Wiktionary

  • Sulfation —   A condition that afflicts unused and discharged batteries; large crystals of lead sulfate grow on the plate, instead of the usual tiny crystals, making the battery extremely difficult to recharge.   Solar Electric Glossary …   Energy terms

  • sulfation — sul·fa·tion …   English syllables

  • sulfation — ˌsəlˈfāshən noun ( s) : the process of sulfating or becoming sulfated * * * sulphāˈtion or (US) sulfāˈtion noun • • • Main Entry: ↑sulphate …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sulfation Factor — Sul|fa|ti|on Fac|tor [sʌl feɪʃn fæktə[r]; engl. = Sulfatierungsfaktor]: svw. ↑ Somatomedin …   Universal-Lexikon

  • sulfation factors — former name for insulin like growth f s …   Medical dictionary

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